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Siti Salmi Jamali

Department of Creative Industry Management and Performing Arts, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

  • Review Article   
    The Impact of Virtual Reality Tour on the Reduction of Stress amongUniversity Utara Malaysia Students
    Author(s): Menakah Vicknecsvarran* and Siti Salmi Jamali

    In this digital world, globalization has created some impeccable invention which has benefitted the society in numerous ways. One of the astonishing inventions would be virtual reality tour which has proven its worth in many industries such as medical, tourisms, entertainment and many more. As such, virtual reality tour has given an opportunity to the society to enjoy the privileges of being present in an environment virtually yet able to have the sense of belonging to such environment. To narrow this down, this research will clearly portray the interactive relationship that can be created via virtual reality tour to reduce the students’ stress to an acceptable level. In that case, the purpose of this study is to utilize tidy effect of active motivational status (enjoyment, emotional involvement, engagement) towards stress reduction using virtual reality tour among University Ut.. View More»

    DOI: 10.36648/1479-1064.32.2.09

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