Virtual Reality Health and Wellness
June 30, 2017 |
Augmented Reality, Health, Virtual Reality |
By Daniel St-Pierre
15 virtual reality health and wellness use cases, Virtual Reality Is the Future of Shopping, Five Ways Virtual Reality Is Improving Healthcare, Virtual reality gets smelly thanks to this Japanese startup and How virtual reality is helping patients to ‘see’ their back pain are a few articles that caught our attention this week.
15 Virtual Reality Health and Wellness Use Cases
Could a technology primarily associated with gaming turn out to be a serious therapeutic tool? Well, a growing number of doctors, researchers, and entrepreneurs think it can. Read the full story on Mobi Health News!
Virtual Reality Is the Future of Shopping
…virtual reality shopping, which tries to give you the convenience of online shopping and the experience of being in a store. People are already shopping through virtual reality, but it’s still in its beginning stages. Read more on Life Hacker
Five Ways Virtual Reality Is Improving Healthcare
Virtual reality health is much more than just a new form of entertainment, it is increasingly being used in a wide range of medical applications, from treatments to training. Read a full story on the Independent or discover what Epionia can do for healthcare
Virtual reality gets smelly thanks to this Japanese startup
The smell of freshly baked cookies or cut grass can elicit strong memories. A Japanese startup is using that insight to try to make virtual reality an even more immersive experience. Read all about it on Business Insider
How virtual reality is helping patients to ‘see’ their back pain
Virtual reality health is already being used by the industry in many ways – from treating stroke victims and PTSD sufferers to helping people with dementia and phobias – but can it help you manage back pain? Read all about it on BT