ReCVEB Open House & VR Bootcamp
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Open House: Fri, Sep 29, 3-5pm, ReCVEB (Psych East 0818). The basement usually requires keycard access, but we'll keep the South Entrance open. Either follow the signage or wait in the Psych courtyard to be escorted to the basement. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
VR Boot Camp: Tue, Oct 3 - Thu, Oct 5, 5-7pm, BioE 3001 & Zoom. RSVP to get the Zoom link. Note that the BioE building will lock at 5pm sharp, but the organizers can let you in. Email email@example.com if you need assistance.
The Research Center for Virtual Environments and Behavior (ReCVEB) at UCSB was founded in the 1990's through the vision of James Blascovich and Jack Loomis to create a pioneering facility for the use of virtual environments in psychological research. Today, the lab includes a 30-by-30 foot open room and a tracking system which allow for experiments fully immersive walking VR. Immersive virtual environment technology allows one to place ambulatory individuals within illusory contexts simulating physical and social environments completely controlled by researchers. The center facilitates the development of virtual-environment based research methods relevant to the scientific study of human behavior and advancement of the capabilities and effectiveness of virtual environment technology. As a multidisciplinary research center, RECVEB combines the talents of researchers in a variety of disciplines and offers a unique environment for conducting research through the use of state-of-the-art immersive virtual environment technology.
ReCVEB is currently open to approved graduate students, postdocs, and faculty members. To check the current availability and request a time slot for your research project, please navigate to the Access tab.