Virtual reality (VR) is a technology that has found its way from games to healthcare. Virtual reality has been used in psychosocial rehabilitation since a long time and it is only since 1990 that it has entered the field of physical rehabilitation. 1 Since then a lot of research has been taken over to identify its effect, feasibility and applicability.
In virtual reality, the user (patient, therapist) interacts with a multidimensional, multisensory computer generated environment, Virtual Environments which can be explored in real time. A key feature of all virtual reality applications is interaction. Virtual environments are created that allow the user to interact with not only the virtual environment but also with virtual objects within the environment.
To read the full article, you need to Purchase this issue. CLICK HERE TO ORDER NOW.