Virtual Reality Treatment for PTSD is now coming to life
August 25, 2017 | Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality | By Daniel St-Pierre


Virtual Reality Treatment for PTSD, 3 Ways Virtual Reality Is Transforming Medical Care, The Power of Virtual Reality, VR/AR/MR, what’s the difference? and Recreating the Past with Virtual Reality are a few articles that caught our attention this week.

Virtual Reality Treatment for PTSD
Virtual reality is giving therapists a new tool to help patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. VR is used as exposure therapy, which allow the patient to go to a triggering place in a way that is less aversive, less frightening. Read the full story on R & D Magazine

3 Ways Virtual Reality Is Transforming Medical Care
Think virtual reality is just about gaming and the world of make-believe? Get real. From product design to real estate, many industries have adopted VR and related technologies— and nowhere are the benefits of VR greater than in healthcare. Read more on NBC News or discover Epionia In Clinic Therapeutic VR

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The Power of Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality is clearly a very powerful medium. Its capacity for illusion is so strong that, for example, one is able to help patients with phantom limb pain…you manipulate what a patient sees in their virtual self and their virtual world, and their brains will literally incorporate these things into the body image. VR could become the method of choice for psychological treatment. Read a full story on Huffington Post

VR/AR/MR, what’s the difference?
Since the beginning of time, most new and emerging technology has nurtured an unhealthy attachment to acronyms, and virtual reality is no different. Read the full story on Foundry

Recreating the Past with Virtual Reality
Virtual Reality is the perfect tool to reconstruct these ancient places and spaces, allowing people to explore them in a 3D environment when they are on site, or from thousands of miles away in their own home or classroom. Read all about it on R & D Magazine

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