What if Virtual Reality Isn’t the Next Computing Platform? — The Motley Fool

Let’s take a contrarian look at the VR market.

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Managing Pain & Anxiety in Hospitals with AppliedVR – Road to VR

There’s been more than 30 years of research into the medical applications of virtual reality, but it’s not until the recent consumer VR revolution that the technology has been cost-effective enough to use. The research shows that the combination of immersion with interactivity can help to reduce pain up to 70%, and in some studies […]

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Virtual Therapy for Stroke Neurorehabilitation & Skill Relearning – Road to VR

Larry Hodges is a professor of human computer interaction at Clemson University, and he was one of the co-chairs of the very first IEEE VR academic in 1999. Hodges also co-founded a start-up named Recover, which originated from a successful research project into stroke recovery done by his student Austen Hayes. Inspired by the latest […]

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