The trend for VR games has morphed, taking different dimensions over the years. Let’s take a trip into the most recent developments of this new technology.
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- Health & Wellness
Virtual Reality Treatment for Palliative Care Shown to Help Patients “Flourish” During Relaxation Therapy
Palliative care is the interdisciplinary medical specialty of caring for people with serious and often terminal illnesses.
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A researcher is using virtual reality headsets to help autistic people navigate public transportation on college campuses.
- Leisure & Lifestyle
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Immersive virtual reality, digital technology that allows a person to experience being physically present in a non-physical world, seems to ease cancer patients’ pain and distress.
In a virtual-reality study, researchers discovered that humans are capable of experiencing empathic embarrassment when witnessing robots in embarrassing situations.
- Health & Wellness
Simulation and health experts at Coventry University are working to create simulated patients that students can touch in virtual reality.
- Cyberpsychology & Technology
Virtual Reality Intervention Reduces Pain and Anxiety in Paediatric Patients Undergoing Venipuncture, Study Shows
A new study has found that immersive virtual reality (IVR) may significantly reduce pain and anxiety in aediatric patients undergoing venipuncture.
Virtual reality makes it possible to systematically control the presentation of different variables, stimuli and distractors.
When in-person group singing activities were halted during Covid, people tried different ways of keeping their choir activities alive.
Researchers at the Italian Institute of Technology developed an acoustic virtual reality-based archery game.
Psychology researchers at UC Santa Cruz have found that playing games in virtual reality creates an effect called ‘time compression’, where time goes by.
- Education & Learning
An analysis published in the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning highlights 20 years of research on the use of virtual reality (VR) in K-12 schools and higher education.