How Virtual Reality Declared War On PTSD | Gizmodo Australia. Despite VR’s potential for gaming and entertainment, one group are quietly developing ground-breaking VR programs to treat a myriad of difficult psychological conditions including PTSD. Albert “Skip” Rizzo, a clinical psychologist, Director of Medical Virtual Reality working in a brain injury center, found clients stimulated more by GameBoy than any prescribed treatments. SimCity was great training device in cognitive rehah
NanoVR (@nano_VR) | Twitter "Nanotechnology Enters the Age of Virtual Reality" on @LinkedIn. Based on Nanotechnology, we are developing a software for purposes of taking nano-sized particles and simulating them in virtual reality to help in research.
The Future of Storytelling in VR NVIDIA invites you to explore virtual reality as a storytelling medium across VR filmmaking, location-based entertainment and more. Join experts from 20th Century Fox, Baobab Studios, Spaces, and Walt Disney Imagineering as they discuss the future of storytelling in VR at SIGGRAPH 2016. The panel is moderated by Digital Cinema Society Founder, James Mathers.
Bravemind VR simulation for PTSD VR is back. Skip Rizzo’s current VR research institute in LA is an unholy amalgam of academics, the military and Hollywood. The first provided the ideas, the second the funding and the third the visual effects and technology to make it all come tigether. With the available technology and funding finally on his side, Skip and his team have been able to develop multiple projects that each use VR technology for psychological treatment in a different way.
Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn | ilslearningcorner.com Did you know that the brain of an infant contains essentially all the brain cells that they will ever need for learning throughout their lifespan? Add this to the knowledge that a newborn baby’s brain is about a third the size of an adult brain,