Surveying researcher approaches + attitudes to remote XR experiments

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Study description

This study asks VR, MR and AR researchers about their attitudes and approaches to conducting research with remote participants. It aims to understand what activity is going on in this space, and the concerns, limitations and potential benefits to research of using remote participants.

The questionnaire is around 20 minutes, and is designed to gather some initial thoughts about conducting XR research remotely (participants complete the research experiment in their own environments and without direct supervision). We may contact you afterwards to ask for more information about your answers.

By XR, we means forms such as augmented reality (AR), mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR) and the areas interpolated among them, where the levels of virtuality range from partially sensory inputs to immersive virtuality.

Participant requirements

No restrictions.


Medium (20 - 44 mins)


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!