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Physiological assessment of User eXprience supported by Immersive Environments: First input from a literature review

Abstract : Immersive virtual environments can support the co-design process during the early innovation stages. For these technologies to be used as a support tool researchers and designers need to better understand users' behaviors and experiences in these environments. While most of the existing literature proposes to assess immersive experiences using self-reported assessments such as questionnaires, some alternatives propose the use of physiological data. In this sense, biometric and physiological measures can be useful indicators to study human behavior and performance in immersive virtual environments in order to highlight what physiological data monitoring can bring to the understanding of user experience. Based on an analysis of 1850 papers retrieved from the main bibliographical databases, our paper is aiming to propose a systematic review of the scientific literature interested in the use of biometric evaluation of human behavior interaction in an immersive environment. Through this review, the different uses of the technologies and their perspectives as tools for the assessment of user experience in immersive environments are presented and discussed.
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Mariela Martinez, Giovanny Arbelaez Garces, Laurent Dupont, Anaëlle Hily, Mauricio Camargo, et al.. Physiological assessment of User eXprience supported by Immersive Environments: First input from a literature review. ConVRgence (VRIC) Virtual Reality International Conference, Laval Virtual, Apr 2020, Laval, France. pp.89-108. ⟨hal-02551341⟩

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