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How AR and VR Change Your Brain: 3 Peer-Reviewed Journals

May 29

02:50 PM - 03:10 PM

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There are more than 900 published studies on the therapeutic use cases of virtual and augmented reality. In this session, two XR technologists will present the results of three-peer reviewed journals looking at the impact of AR and VR on brain patterns associated with positivity, calm, and other mood states.

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CEO , Healium by StoryUP Studios
Chief Operating Officer (COO) , Healium by StoryUP Studios

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