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Alexandra Sipatchin
Alexandra Sipatchin
ZEISS Vision Science Lab, Universitäts-Augenklinik Tübingen
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Eye-tracking for clinical ophthalmology with virtual reality (vr): A case study of the htc vive pro eye’s usability
A Sipatchin, S Wahl, K Rifai
Healthcare 9 (2), 180, 2021
672021
Assessment of consumer VR-headsets’ objective and subjective field of view (FoV) and its feasibility for visual field testing
Y Sauer, A Sipatchin, S Wahl, M García García
Virtual Reality 26 (3), 1089-1101, 2022
242022
Eye-tracking for low vision with virtual reality (VR): testing status quo usability of the HTC Vive Pro Eye
A Sipatchin, S Wahl, K Rifai
bioRxiv, 2020.07. 29.220889, 2020
242020
Accuracy and precision of the HTC VIVE PRO eye tracking in head-restrained and head-free conditions
A Sipatchin, S Wahl, K Rifai
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 5071-5071, 2020
172020
Looking through “rose-tinted” glasses: the influence of tint on visual affective processing
T Schilling, A Sipatchin, L Chuang, S Wahl
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 187, 2019
82019
Eye-Tracking for Clinical Ophthalmology with Virtual Reality (VR): A Case Study of the HTC Vive Pro Eye’s Usability. Healthcare 9, 2 (2021)
A Sipatchin, S Wahl, K Rifai
72021
Target maintenance in gaming via saliency augmentation: an early-stage scotoma simulation study using virtual reality (VR)
A Sipatchin, M García García, S Wahl
Applied Sciences 11 (15), 7164, 2021
62021
Tinted lenses affect our physiological responses to affective pictures: An EEG/ERP study
T Schilling, A Sipatchin, L Chuang, S Wahl
2nd International Neuroergonomics Conference: The brain at work and in …, 2018
52018
Application of Spatial Cues and Optical Distortions as Augmentations during Virtual Reality (VR) Gaming: The Multifaceted Effects of Assistance for Eccentric Viewing Training
A Sipatchin, M Garcia Garcia, Y Sauer, S Wahl
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (15), 9571, 2022
32022
Influence of open-source virtual-reality based gaze training on navigation performance in Retinitis pigmentosa patients in a crossover randomized controlled trial
A Neugebauer, A Sipatchin, K Stingl, I Ivanov, S Wahl
Plos one 19 (2), e0291902, 2024
22024
Assistance for macular degeneration (MD): Different strategies for different augmentations
A Sipatchin, MG García, S Wahl
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 63 (7), 714–F0442-714–F0442, 2022
12022
The complexity of human subjective experience during binocular rivalry
C Yilmaz, L Pabel, E Kerschenbauer, A Ischebeck, A Sipatchin, A Bartels, ...
2024
Assessing Eye Tracking for Continuous Central Field Loss Monitoring
J Grootjen, A Sipatchin, S Wahl, TK Machulla, L Chuang, T Kosch
Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous …, 2023
2023
Keep your eyes above the ball: investigation of virtual reality (VR) assistive gaming for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) visual training
A Sipatchin
Universität Tübingen, 2023
2023
Assessing the relationship between subjective trust, confidence measurements, and mouse trajectory characteristics in an online task
M Dechant, S Poeller, B Hosp, O Lukashova-Sanz, A Sipatchin, S Wahl
arXiv preprint arXiv:2310.16632, 2023
2023
Teilvorhaben IDeA: Telemedizinische Sehfunktionsprüfung und automatisiertes Augenbewegungstraining für AMD-Patienten zur Sehfunktionsverbesserung: Schlussbericht 2018-2022 …
S Wahl, A Sipatchin, Y Sauer
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 2022
2022
VR gaming: visual behavior in simulated conditions
A Sipatchin, M García García, S Wahl
Neuroergonomics Conference 2021, 2021
2021
Towards an early diagnostic model of central visual impairments, based on gaze behaviour
JW Grootjen, A Sipatchin, S Wahl, T Machulla, L Chuang
Neuroergonomics Conference 2021, 2021
2021
Impact of unconstrained head movements to scotoma and enhanced scotoma simulation in virtual-reality (VR) smooth pursuit gaming
A Sipatchin, MG García, S Wahl
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 62 (8), 1446-1446, 2021
2021
Eye-Tracking for Clinical Ophthalmology with Virtual Reality (VR): A Case Study of the HTC Vive Pro Eye’s Usability. Healthcare 2021, 9, 180
A Sipatchin, S Wahl, K Rifai
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2021
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