Can Virtual Reality Help Us Improve Peacekeeping Missions?

Can Virtual Reality Help Us Improve Peacekeeping Missions?

Gaming for Peace aims to change the world using VR

Eva Recinos
  • 15 february 2016

A team lead by Trinity College Dublin wants to use virtual reality technology for training in the area of peacekeeping. Gaming for Peace is a virtual reality game that would be used to train personnel involved in “EU conflict prevention” and “peacebuilding missions such as those to Afghanistan,” according to the university’s official website.

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