Virtual Reality Technology?
With more and more people understanding that Virtual Reality (VR) Headsets aren’t just for gaming, headset sales are rocketing with over 25 million sets predicted to be sold by 2020.
According to Walter Greenleaf, PhD, Expert Medical Applications of VR Technology, “although entertainment, social connection and gaming will drive the initial adoption of VR technology, the deepest and most significant market for VR will be in clinical care and in improving health and wellness”.
Presently and in the not too distant future, virtual reality in healthcare will become the norm. In this piece, we’ll show you how VR can help detect, treat and cure patients in all sorts of different sectors, such as Surgery and Dentistry, as well as teaching the Nurses of the future.
VR will also be used to help the development of people suffering from mental disabilities such as Autism and help cure phobias and tend to soldiers dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Thanks to LuminousGroup for this awesome infographic that elaborates more on Virtual Reality for Health Care.
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