SnowWorld: Reducing Pain with Virtual Reality

SnowWorld: Reducing Pain with Virtual Reality
Dan Gould
  • 24 november 2008

Snow World is a virtual world that’s being used to help treat burn victims. The project is hosted at the University of Washington, where patients immerse themselves in the cold themed virtual game as a way to distract their minds from pain perception as they undergo treatment.

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