From brain injuries to schizophrenia to dental procedures to end-of-life care, VR has “an uncanny ability to diminish pain, steady nerves, and boost mental health — all without drugs and their unwanted side effects,” he writes. It may sound far-fetched, but Spiegel has successfully used VR on 3,000 patients. He believes that it should be in the arsenal of treatment alongside opioids, sleeping pills and anti-anxiety meds. Big Tech seems to agree: Facebook, Google, HP and Sony have all invested billions into developing VR, while Goldman Sachs projects that VR will generate $80 billion in revenue by 2025.
It’s very interesting to read this article from the Ney York Post. Many uses of VR are presented, from pain management to modification of nutritional habits! The important point is that we an see now these explanations in a popular newspaper, which means that VR goes step by step mainstream.