Experiences and Attitudes towards the Safety Boundaries in Virtual Reality

Study description

We’re conducting research and we’re writing to request your participation in a Safety Mechanism Survey of DIVA Research Group of Telecom Paris.

The goal of the survey is to investigate the users’ experiences and attitudes towards the safety boundaries in Virtual Reality (VR). The safety boundaries are often a wall-shape interface surrounding the VR user’s play area. They keep VR users protected in the safe zone defined by themselves. For example, Oculus Guardian, Chaperon (Vive), and Window Mixed Reality boundary.

In the survey, we will ask you questions according to your opinion about the settings of your safety boundaries and the incidents that happened while interacting with the VR safety boundaries. In some of the questions, we would like to ask you to provide your personal experience/story of breaking out of the safety boundaries.

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and you may opt out of any question in the survey. All of your responses will be kept confidential.  They will only be used for statistical purposes and will be reported only in aggregated form.  

Thank you in advance for providing this important feedback.


DIVA Research Group 

Participant requirements

To participate, you need to be using a VR headset that has some form of safety mechanisms (e.g., Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality).


Short (0 - 19 min)


Participants are uncompensated

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