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New study launched into virtual reality as therapy for end of life care

by Futures Centre, Sep 19
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New study launched into virtual reality as therapy for end of life care

The year long study, run in partnership with film production company Flix Films, will assess the impact of virtual reality (VR) on people’s physical and psychological symptoms. VR is a technology that generates realistic 3D and 360-degree images and sounds that give the viewer a sense of physical presence in that environment, by using a headset and headphones.


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