Virtual Reality

A Health Science Supplement

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated reality with audio-visual components. Its uses are virtually limitless and can be combined with other methods to create and analyze exciting new scenarios. It can be used to create innovative and new possible ways to bridge the gap between person shortage and critical therapy phases in health care.

The implication of VR in health science is an emerging paradigm to provide therapy to patient with psychological disorders. The virtual environmental technology provides the ability to transfer similar stimuli from real-world experience to a controllable environment. Studies has shown promising result to VR as a supplemental method and facilitate psychotherapeutic presence therapy.

We have the capability to combine VR with other reliable input sources, such as electrodermal activity (EDA), electrocardiographic (ECG), photoplethysmography (PPG), and electro-encephalographic (EEG), to record and evaluate the data by using the latest machine learning technologies to understand mental and physical health quality.

Virtual Therapy Design
A new therapeutic approach to bridge the gap between therapy sessions and therapeutic care in critical phases.
Improve in Mental Health
Using objective psychological and physiological measurement methods to improve patients' mental health.
Stress Management
Measure and evaluate psychological responses using VR manipulation.
Depression Therapy
Provide depression patient with digital therapy exercise as a supplement.

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