The Design and Development of Healing Depression Convergence Content using Movement of Thought, HMD, Leap Motion, Color and Music Therapy

생각 이동, HMD, 립 모션, 색채 치료, 음악 치료를 이용한 우울증 치유 융합 콘텐츠 설계 및 개발

  • Kim, Ji-Soo (Korea Culture Technology Institute, Gwang-Ju Institute Science Technology)
  • 김지수 (광주과학기술원, 한국문화기술연구소)
  • Received : 2016.04.06
  • Accepted : 2016.05.18
  • Published : 2016.06.30


The development of advanced technology gives us many problems. In mentally view point, the major one is depression. Depression appears in various forms. In worst case, it leads into suicide. This study designs and develops a new type of healing content which the convergence in the virtual space, Movement of Thought, Head Mounted Display, Leap Motion, Color Therapy, Music Therapy methods in order to improve the symptoms of depression. The developed convergence content will be effective in healing methods instead of the existing medication relieve depression and improve self-esteem of patients with depression. Future research will try to apply the clinical development of a prototype content.


Depression;HMD;Virtual Reality;Leap Motion;Movement of Thought;Color Therapy;Music Therapy;Convergence Content


Supported by : 문화체육관광부


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