Virtual Reality Game Treats Player’s Breath as its Controller

Virtual Reality Game Treats Player’s Breath as its Controller

DEEP is aimed at reducing anxiety and stress through the exploration of a beautiful underwater world

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 june 2015

DEEP is a virtual reality game that reduces a person’s anxiety and stress by letting them control the experience with their breathing. Developed by Owen Harris, who has suffered from anxiety and bouts of depression himself, the concept has been shown at many events including the Playful Arts Festival last summer.

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