“Sensorium” is a virtual reality system that allows visitors to guide visual and aural stimuli in a virtual environment by concentrating on their body impulses. Using Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) technology, the system provides a way to learn how to control their body responses in a fun and safe environment.
This system has been developed by a team of designers in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology: Jeremy Mamisao, Julian Giordano, and Samantha Derochie as part of their capstone end of degree project. They are working in collaboration with the Transforming Pain Research Group under the co-supervision of Dr. Diane Gromala and Dr. Chris Shaw.
If you have any questions for the team or have opportunities for showcasing it, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posters and Demos
- PainWEEK Conference, Poster Presentation, September 2013
- Surrey Board of Trade Creative Economy Showcase, Demo, June 2013
- FCAT Undergrad Conference, Presentation Session & Demo, March 2013
- SFU Surrey Open House, Demo, March 2013
- SIAT Undergrad Showcase & Competition, Presentation & Demo,Placed 3rd in the Installation Art Category, February 2013