How Virtual Reality Is Revolutionizing Clinical Therapy and Treatment Rehabilitation
September 22, 2016
“For many, virtual reality as a medium and a concept had failed. For clinical application, though, it was enough to get the idea of VR-inspired treatment rehabilitation off the ground. “It was sufficient, though costly, difficult to create and not easily modifiable and so what ended up happening was maybe a hundred or so dedicated clinicians hung in there for the last 20 years and gradually the technology got better,” explains psychologist Albert “Skip” Rizzo, the director of medical virtual reality at the University of California’s Institute for Creative Technologies.”
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