VR painting successfully combines functionality with virtual reality

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “virtual reality”? Fighting through dungeons with a sword and shield? Shooting aliens in space? Cutting rhythm notes like a musical Jedi? Virtual reality helps us achieve impossible things, live out wild fantasies and put us in ridiculous situations. But VR is much more than immersive games; there are also practical applications.

Novice pilots can be trained with VR. Headsets are FDA-approved as a therapy treatment aid to help people with chronic pain. VR can also be used as a form of exposure therapy for those with intense phobias, such as a fear of flying. The technology is great for gaming, but there’s limitless potential to what can be done in a virtual space.

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