Blue Room Virtual Reality Help Kids Master Their Fears

Blue Room Virtual Reality Help Kids Master Their Fears
The Blue Room virtual reality system lets autistic children work out their phobias in a safe environment.

The immersive system was created by teams from Newcastle University in collaboration with Third Eye NeuroTech. The room, which does not require glasses, helps the child master their fears by exposing them to their phobias while also allowing them to control the situation on an iPad.

According to Dr. Morag Maskey, children with autism have a hard time imagining a scene, and so the visual cues of the Blue Room provide them with a more concrete way to virtually control their fears.

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Virtual pets and action might stimulate also at care homes and hospitals.
Posted by Uolevi Kattun on March 1, 2019

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