Quality of Experience in VR in relation to Physiological Signals
As a result of virtual reality products becoming more affordable and readily available, there has been increased interest into their possible applications. In order to create a successful virtual experience the Quality of Experience (QoE) is vital. As a user makes use of an Oculus Rift their autonomous nervous system can be monitored through physiological signals such as an ECG. A study can then be conducted comparing the perceived QoE against the users physiological results. It should then be possible to implement a machine learning approach to create a model that can predict QoE in virtual reality applications by using a user’s physiological signal as input.