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Virtual Reality (VR) has the potential to change not only to the way we consume and perceive entertainment but also to improve other important areas of society. One sector that is starting to benefit from the advantages of VR is the treatment of stress related mental illnesses. VR is able to bring relaxation therapy to the next level in which solutions can be scalable (without the need for real-time dedicated professionals) and personalized. This paper presents VRelax, a personalized VR relaxation therapy approach. By means of semantic methodologies and online learning techniques, VRelax provides a personalized, relaxing virtual environment to the user.
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Virtual Reality, Relaxation Therapy, Personalization

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Heyse, Joris et al. “A Personalized Virtual Reality Experience for Relaxation Therapy.” 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX). New york: Ieee, 2019. 1–3. Print.
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Heyse, Joris, De Jonge, T., Torres Vega, M., De Backere, F., & De Turck, F. (2019). A personalized virtual reality experience for relaxation therapy. 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX) (pp. 1–3). Presented at the 11th International Conference on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX), New york: Ieee.
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Heyse, Joris, Thomas De Jonge, Maria Torres Vega, Femke De Backere, and Filip De Turck. 2019. “A Personalized Virtual Reality Experience for Relaxation Therapy.” In 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), 1–3. New york: Ieee.
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Heyse, Joris, Thomas De Jonge, Maria Torres Vega, Femke De Backere, and Filip De Turck. 2019. “A Personalized Virtual Reality Experience for Relaxation Therapy.” In 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), 1–3. New york: Ieee.
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Heyse J, De Jonge T, Torres Vega M, De Backere F, De Turck F. A personalized virtual reality experience for relaxation therapy. 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX). New york: Ieee; 2019. p. 1–3.
IEEE
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J. Heyse, T. De Jonge, M. Torres Vega, F. De Backere, and F. De Turck, “A personalized virtual reality experience for relaxation therapy,” in 2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX), Berlin, GERMANY, 2019, pp. 1–3.
@inproceedings{8627933,
  abstract     = {Virtual Reality (VR) has the potential to change not only to the way we consume and perceive entertainment but also to improve other important areas of society. One sector that is starting to benefit from the advantages of VR is the treatment of stress related mental illnesses. VR is able to bring relaxation therapy to the next level in which solutions can be scalable (without the need for real-time dedicated professionals) and personalized. This paper presents VRelax, a personalized VR relaxation therapy approach. By means of semantic methodologies and online learning techniques, VRelax provides a personalized, relaxing virtual environment to the user.},
  author       = {Heyse, Joris and De Jonge, Thomas and Torres Vega, Maria and De Backere, Femke and De Turck, Filip},
  booktitle    = {2019 ELEVENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY OF MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCE (QOMEX)},
  isbn         = {9781538682128},
  issn         = {2372-7179},
  keywords     = {Virtual Reality,Relaxation Therapy,Personalization},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Berlin, GERMANY},
  pages        = {1--3},
  publisher    = {Ieee},
  title        = {A personalized virtual reality experience for relaxation therapy},
  year         = {2019},
}

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