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Old people who could not walk also VR presents a new world

2019-12-13T04:43:07.897Z

It is a nursing home in Japan. Grandpas and grandmothers aged 65 and older enjoy VR classes the most. Rather than playing games, I am enjoying world tourism through Italy and the United States.



It is a nursing home in Japan.

Grandpas and grandmothers aged 65 and older enjoy VR classes the most.

Rather than playing games, I am enjoying world tourism through Italy and the United States.

In 2016, Toshima, a professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan, invested and began to edit images taken with 360-degree cameras around the world with the elderly and show them to the elderly in nursing homes.

[Takeshi / 82 years old: I already went to Hawaii with a 360 degree camera. (The friends in the nursing home) I was very surprised to see the video taken.]

The response of the elderly in nursing homes was also hot.

[CNN Reporter: How have the daily lives of older people changed?]

[Takeshi / 82 years old: Most of us are unable to move or travel. But this technology made that possible.]

[Professor Toshima: The people who sat in the chairs got up and started walking. It was amazing.]

The dark face has also become brighter. It is said that it has helped to reduce social problems such as loneliness and loneliness of old people due to aging.

Not only this. In the United States, veterans are using VR technology to resolve post-traumatic stress disorder.

Simple game consoles are now used in a variety of social services.

VR, which has been used mainly for games and entertainment, offers new opportunities and fun.

Source: sbskr

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