Participants requested: The Trolley Problem via Virtual Reality
Participants are requested for a study involving Virtual Reality to identify difference in Time and Non-Time Pressure collision choices in Automated Cars. You will be in virtual reality for around four minutes, then an audio interview will be conducted to find out more about your decisions.
You remain completely anonymous in the study and results, you also have the option to withdraw from the study at any point without question.
The study takes place every Friday afternoon, which should you wish to take part we will arrange half an hour.
Please be aware if you suffer from any medical conditions like (but not limited too) epilepsy or PTSD you should not enrol due to the risks involved.
To register interest, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a mutually agreeable time will be arranged.
The project The Trolley Problem Via Virtual Reality contributes to research conducted on behalf of the University of Lincoln and has received a favorable ethical opinion by a University Research Ethics Committee 0266.
Story submitted by Charles Walker