Healthy Eating through Virtual Reality is a project on virtual reality and eating behaviours at King's College London.
This study aims to use virtual reality (VR) to assess strategies that can help people to establish a healthy relationship with food. The overall goal of the study is to use virtual reality to measure people’s reactions to certain stimuli, including foods and narratives from others.
The experiment will place at Denmark Hill, London and will last 60 minutes approximately. During the session, you will be asked to fill in an online survey, and then you will participate in a virtual reality experiment. You will be given £20 Amazon voucher at the end of your participation in the study or few weeks later (there will be receipt).
Your data will be anonymized and kept confidential and access will be restricted to our research team only.
If you are happy to take part in this research, please fill in the survey :
Our researcher will contact you very soon to invite you to the virtual reality experiment if you are eligible.
Any questions please email:
The Healthy Eating Through Virtual Reality Team
* Advertisement for the recruitment of volunteers for study ref: [18/NW/0853], approved by [North West – Liverpool East Research Ethics Committee]. This project contributes to the College's role in conducting research, and teaching research methods. You are under no obligation to reply to this email, however if you choose to, participation in this research is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time.