ISVR Member wins award at Laval Virtual 2011

Sebastian Koenig was announced as the winner of the award in the category Medicine and Health at the Laval Virtual Annual Awards ceremony, held in the Laval Theatre. His paper was on the Development of Virtual Environments for Patient-centred Rehabilitation. Sebastian has also set up a blog on his website for those interested in the Unity game engine and other… read more →

ISVR Sponsored Best Student Paper Award at ICDVRAT 2010

Assessing navigation in real and virtual environments: a validation study S T Koenig, G P Crucian, J C Dalrymple-Alford, A Dünser University of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND For navigation ability, a transfer of knowledge from virtual training environments to real-world scenarios has been shown in several studies in the past. The purpose of this investigation is to demonstrate the equivalence of a series of… read more →

ISVR Sponsored Best Paper Award at ICDVRAT 2010

Integrated arm and hand training using adaptive robotics and virtual reality simulations A S Merians, G G Fluet, Q Qiu, S Saleh, I Lafond, S V Adamovich University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA Virtual Reality simulations interfaced with robotic arm devices are being used for training the upper extremity of people post-stroke. The benefit has been hypothesized to be the ability to… read more →

ISVR Sponsored Best Paper Awards at ICDVRAT 2010 : Shortlist Announced

Best Paper Shortlist: Using augmented reality to support the understanding of three-dimensional concepts by blind people, C Kirner, T G Kirner, R S Wataya, J A Valente, Federal University of Itajuba/Adventist University of Sao Paulo/State University of Campinas, BRAZIL Wearable device to assist independent living, R J McCrindle, V M Williams, C R Victor, A P Harvey,S R Nyman, J Barrett, H Hogarth, P Levene, R Smith, P Panek, G Edelmayer, P Mayer, P Needham, N Floratos,… read more →

Best Paper Awards at ICVR 2009

Best Student Paper Award (sponsored by ISVR): Proximodistal gradient in the perception of delayed stiffness I Nisky (advisor: A Karniel)Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel Best Student Poster Award (sponsored by ISVR): Probing the behavioral and physiological correlates underlying projection of the body via 3D virtual haptic environments as a basis for developing novel therapeutic interventions L Raz (advisors:… read more →
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