The Virtual Reality and Motor Control Research Laboratory lab is located in Rm 114 of the Campbell building
The Laboratory Space
The Virtual Reality and Motor Control Laboratory is housed in a 1,000 square foot facility that serves for subject preparation, warm-up, testing, data processing and analysis, and teaching motor control.
- A main data collection area that features a 8-camera high-speed motion capture system mounted on the wall
- A room designated for testing issues of upper extremity motor control
- Student workspace
- Office space
- Storage space
Equipment and Instrumentation.
The lab is currently equipped with the following m
- Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality headset
- 8-camera Optitrack Prime 13 motion analysis system
- Custom designed arm bar system. Involved with investigations of upper extremity coordination as well as haptic integration through stepper motors
- Plato occlusion goggles / Applied Science Laboratories eye tracker with eye/head integration
- AMTI force plate