Aaron is currently in his final year of study, completing a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours, Electrical) and Business Management (Business Economics) at the University of Queensland. For his undergraduate thesis project, he is working on developing a program that incorporates BCI via EEG and facial recognition with VR to investigate its effectiveness compared to standard methods of VR control, under the guidance and supervision of Dr. Arindam Dey
Virtual Reality is a technology that commonly requires handheld controllers and physical movements to properly interact with the environments. However, there are alternative interaction methods that can enable disabled users to interact with and experience VR such as brain-computer interaction, voice commands, and facial expression. This project explores these alternative interaction methods for different tasks in VR.