VR in Health Care

Have you ever wanted to be somewhere, but without having to be there?

Virtual Reality (VR) often brings thoughts of 1980s action movies and teenage boys gaming in their bedrooms, but the reality of VR is here and available to buy for recreation, but it brings several benefits for health and care.

VR is a computer simulated environment viewed through a headset such as the oculus where the users can interact with the scene with their hands or specialist joysticks and tools. There are fun applications that allow you to experience a roller coaster or visit a museum - without even taking your slippers of