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AR & VR

AR and VR technologies are rapidly changing the way we interact with the world around us. For example, AR systems can overlay digital information onto real-world objects, allowing users to get information about their surroundings or interact with virtual objects in new and innovative ways. VR, on the other hand, immerses users in completely digital environments, allowing them to experience new worlds and explore alternative realities. Both of these emerging technologies have vast potential for a variety of applications, including gaming, healthcare, education, training, and more. Whether you are an early adopter or still on the fence about these cutting-edge technologies, there is no denying that they will continue to play an important role in shaping our future.
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Virtual reality therapy: What is it, when was it invented and how does VR therapy work

reate a system that would allow people to interact with computer-generated environments in a realistic way. His system, called the Sword of Damocles, used a headset and sensors to track the user’s movements and provide them with feedback. The system was very limited, however, and it wasn’t until the early 1990s that virtual reality therapy began to be used more widely. In 1992, psychiatrists at the University of California, Los Angeles, developed a virtual reality system called Virtual Vietnam.