Purdue develops ‘augmented reality’ tools to help health care workers save lives in war zones, natural disasters, rural areas Purdue University researchers have developed a unique approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians around the world to help less-experienced doctors … Continue reading Training on procedures
Virtual Reality: Digital Treatment for Real Pain Amanda Greene lives with pain. Greene says her pain comes from lupus, an autoimmune disease that attacks her organs and tissues. “If I don’t have nerve pain, I might have joint pain. If … Continue reading How to combat pain
Walmart Acquire 17,000 Oculus Go Headsets To Train Staff By now a number of industries, sectors and businesses have established that the immersive nature of virtual reality (VR) makes it an idea way to train staff in a way that … Continue reading Experiential learning
VR and Language Learning: How VR Can Crack the Language Code How many times have you tried (and failed) to learn a language? You’re not alone. Now linguists are saying it may not be totally your fault. As theory-based techniques … Continue reading Immerse in a foreign language
Beyond Deep Fakes Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have devised a way to automatically transform the content of one video into the style of another, making it possible to transfer the facial expressions of comedian John Oliver to those of … Continue reading Transferring videos
Four Ways Virtual Reality can Improve Brain Function We all know that brain function has a major impact on our quality of life and ability to relate to others. How well our brain functions depends on the types of activities … Continue reading Brain Training
Why Robots That Look Too Human Make Some People Uneasy An increasing number of robots are being created and designed to work side by side with humans, in a human environment. That means robots have to be structured like a … Continue reading What does it mean to be human?