CBS talked to Stanford University, Professor Jeremy Bailenson and the conclusion was, like anything, had its ups and downs. You may feel more empathy and greater tolerance for other people but it also is more addictive than video games and smartphones.
By CBS News
Nursing homes are not sounding too bad right now. MIT for the VR assisted living win. “Rendever Health , is developing virtual reality programs to provide entertainment in assisted living facilities, and down the road, to test and treat seniors for the effects of aging.”
By Boston Globe
To round out this University post, “Six more Universities have joined Crytek’s VR First education program, which helps student devs get to grips with virtual reality hardware and software through the creation of specialized, on-campus VR Labs.” This will make 14 schools that have gotten onboard with the program.