Virtual Reality

Using Virtual Reality (VR) can be a great way to engage your target groups’ myriad sense with interesting and immersive simulations.

A notable examples of their use for educative purposes include this car crash trauma in Britain. Their medical applicability is also intriguing, as demonstrated by technologies like Caren (see video below).

How might you adapt this technology for use in your own strategies?

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