Day 15 – Clinical VR at CES

January means Consumer Electronics Show, and Dr Keith Grimes, The VR Doctor, has donned his Rift and made a virtual visit to Vegas to check out all the announcements, and report back on his top 5 products to watch in 2018. From gaze tracking, mind reading headsets to cable cutting and iron pumping, the clinical possibilities just became a whole lot more interesting.

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Day 14: Talking to Myself

A new year brings hope and happiness for many, but for some people it’s a very different story. Depression is a condition that affects affects more than 300 million people around the world, and the number is rising. On Day 14 of my investigations I look at how Virtual Reality can provide an unusual way of helping people deal with symptoms and perhaps aid recovery.

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SHOWNOTES & LINKS

  • Embodying self-compassion within virtual reality and its effects on patients with depression – Full Paper
  • Mindshow
  • Samaritans or call 116 123

Day 13: Virtual Reality versus Augmented Reality

Day 13, and it’s a quick trip into VR to look at the difference between Virtual and Augmented Reality as tools for patient education. Using the same model, but different platforms, Dr Keith compares and contrasts each and comes to the decision that…well, you’ll have to watch the video to find out more.

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