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VR Research System

VR Research System

Hardware Package: Wired
Applications: Stim-Response | Virtual Reality
Advanced Features: Interface With Third-Party Transducers, VR - Acrophobia, VR - Cue Reactivity, VR - Environment Resources, VR - Fear of Flying, VR - Iowa Gambling Task, VR - Public Speaking, VR - Vizard VR Toolkit, Consumer Neuroscience - Virtual Reality

VR Research System with BIOPAC wireless physiological data recording—MP160 System and BioNomadix—and a turnkey VizMove VR System (seated, standing, walking, or projection) plus the biofeedfack link to tightly sync immersive events & subject’s real-time response.

Part #: VR-PROJ-MP, VR-WALK-MP, VR-STAND-MP, VR-SEAT-MP

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