国际神经精神科学杂志  >> Vol. 6 No. 3 (August 2017)

虚拟现实技术在精神卫生领域应用的研究进展
Progress in Applied Research of Virtual Reality Technology in the Field of Mental Health

DOI: 10.12677/IJPN.2017.63005, PDF, HTML, XML, 下载: 1,236  浏览: 3,671 

作者: 陈丽萍, 吕建平*, 嘉志雄:广州市第一人民医院脑系科,广东 广州;吴阶平医学基金会模拟医学部,北京;李 力:吴阶平医学基金会模拟医学部,北京

关键词: 虚拟现实技术精神卫生模拟Virtual Reality Technology Mental Health Simulation

摘要: 虚拟现实技术能利用计算机等设备生成视、听、触觉一体化的人造环境,为用户体验和创造虚拟世界提供有力支持,已经成为数字医学最主要应用工具之一。本文结合国内外研究现况,概述了虚拟现实技术在精神卫生领域关于临床治疗、诊断与评估及科研等方面的应用情况及研究进展。最后指出虚拟现实技术在精神卫生模拟中的挑战及未来发展方向。
Abstract: Virtual reality can generate an artificial environment with the integration of the feeling of visual, auditory and tactile. It provides strong support for the user to create and experience a virtual world and also becomes one of the most important application tools in digital medicine. Based on the current research situation at home and abroad, this paper reviewed and summarized the application and research progress of the virtual reality technology in clinical treatment, diagnosis and evaluation and scientific research in the field of mental health. Finally, it points out the challenge and future development of virtual reality technology in mental health simulation.

文章引用: 陈丽萍, 吕建平, 嘉志雄, 李力. 虚拟现实技术在精神卫生领域应用的研究进展[J]. 国际神经精神科学杂志, 2017, 6(3): 27-31. https://doi.org/10.12677/IJPN.2017.63005

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