SensiLab 3D modellers and games programmers develop a range of immersive and interactive virtual environments for personalised addiction treatments.
Tom Chandler Elliott Wilson Mike Yeates Su-Yiin Lai Jason Moore
This project is a collaboration between the Monash Brain & Mental Health Lab and the Monash Faculty of IT’s sensiLab. The aim is to develop personalised addiction treatments using knowledge from neuroscience in combination with Virtual-Reality technologies. Currently, a small team of sensiLab 3D modellers and games programmers are developing a range of immersive and interactive virtual environments to be deployed in clinical testing.
Use your brain activity to build an abstract 3D form that you can 3D print and take home with you.
Participate in a shared, virtual world generated from your body’s data
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