Call for participants for astudy in narrative engagement for cinematicVR experiences.   

This study involves experiencing a PC run VR application about Scottish folklore and a postexperience questionnaire. This study proposed to explore the opportunities offered by Virtual Reality (VR) in terms of storytelling towards a framework for creating and monitoring narrative engagement ininteractive cinematic VR experiences.  

You can see a clip from Austin Wolfe's previous (BAFTA Student award-winning) project below.

The study will be running in-person GSA SimVis at Glasgow’s Pacific Quay, Mon, Tues, and Fridays in November and December 2022. It may also run into January 2023. The study takes approximately 40 min to complete.  

Please email Austin at if interested.  A participation and consent form will then be sent to you.  If you choose to participate, you will then be individually scheduled to attend the study. 

Video: Trailer for Aonar, Yugo BAFTA Student winner for Best Immersive Project, 2022. Austin's new trial is based on an all new narrative VR experience.

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