Testing the potency of VR
Through a network of medical schools and universities, we assist researchers in presenting various combinations of software and hardware that will allow an individual’s attention to be diverted from a potentially uncomfortable situation.
Over 100 publications
Virtual reality studies have evolved over the years as hardware as improved. In the early 21st century interactive virtual environments were created specifically to decrease pain and anxiety. Since then virtual reality has been studied in many different medical settings.
A drug free solution to dental anxiety
The dental research shows a statistically significant decrease in pain and anxiety by adults and children. The benefits increases with higher levels of dental anxiety.