Volume 17 No 5 (2019)
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Virtual Reality in Healthcare
The term "virtual reality" describes a computer-generated simulation that enables a person to replicate an interesting environment or experience utilising a VR headset. An simulated three-dimensional environment can be interacted with using a variety of electrical equipment with the aid of VR, such as special eyewear with a screen or gloves with sensors. Healthcare professionals and patients can interact with virtual reality systems that are designed for medical education (including training in simulative surgery), pain management, or rehabilitation.
electronic devices, special goggles, gloves fitted with sensors, medical education.
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