VR + Japanese Language Memorisation


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Study description

An Oculus Rift/Rift S experiment testing a system designed to help people memorise Japanese words. The experiment is designed to test how well variants of the system help people learn.

What is involved?

  • You will be asked to listen to some Japanese words and asked if you know the meaning
  • You will then be put into the VR learning environment where you will spend 15 minutes attempting to learn 20 Japanese words
  • You will listen to the same Japanese words and be asked if you remember their meaning
  • You will be asked to fill in a questionnaire about your experience

How do I get started?

Please click the link to the project below. A zip file will be downloaded. Unzip this and run the experiment – all questions are built in.

Participant requirements

We ask that you:

  • Do not speak Japanese or have a very low level of Japanese understanding
  • Speak English to a near-native or fluent level
  • Have an Oculus Rift system
  • Have a block of 45 minutes to dedicate to the experiment

Duration

Medium (20 - 44 mins)

Compensation

Participants are uncompensated

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I'm a PhD student at Queen Mary, University London. My research investigates VR & cognition, from an embodied cognition perspective. I use language learning to investigate!