Hazard Perception Study for drivers (Oculus Go)

Study description

Hazard Perception Study in VR

We (a group of transport psychologists at Nottingham Trent University) are looking for participants to take part in a hazard perception study in virtual reality on the Oculus Go. You will first be asked to register some basic demographic and driving history data (no personal data) in the Oculus browser. This will only take a few minutes. After registering you can start the study, which consists of watching 20 driving clips (10 CGI, 10 natural video). Each video will be cut off at some point, after which you will be asked what you think will happen next out of four options. After each set of 10 clips you will also be asked to rate various aspects of the clips so that we can get an idea of your experiences. After completing the study you will be given your scores and you can review all the clips with some feedback so you can see what actually happened. The study will take about 20 minutes (please complete everything in one session).

The study can be found as an app in the Oculus Store:


Thank you very much for your help!

Participant requirements

Oculus Go headset


Medium (20 - 44 mins)


Participants are uncompensated

Recruitment ends

December 16, 2020

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