Virtual Reality changes Real-Life Behavior

May 22, 2011 · 0 comments

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Cutting down a virtual redwood with a virtual chainsaw may lead you to save trees by recycling more paper. That finding is an example of how real-world behavior can be changed by immersing people in virtual reality environments — a notion that is at the heart of work under way in Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab. Related article: Stanford University: Stanford News: Stanford University Channel on YouTube:

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