Christopher Curry is a Ph.D. candidate in Kinesiology at the University of Minnesota. His research seeks to link basic science to real-world applications with interest in using his expertise in Human Factors and Kinesiology for the development and enhancement of medical
devices and products that can be utilized for preventive, diagnostic, and rehabilitative purposes. His dissertation research will investigate ways to mitigate cybersickness with VR head-mounted displays. He's particularly drawn to mitigating cybersickness in VR because he believes there are immense practical applications with VR. One area that he wishes to further dive into is augmenting physical rehabilitation with VR.
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