While the concept of this technology is not new, advancements in virtual reality have allowed it to be more practical and accessible to people
in recent years and serve new purposes. Things like medicine, culture, education, entertainment and architecture are some of the areas that have
already taken advantage of this technology. For example, the use of VR as part of a treatment for Parkinson’s patients has shown to have reduced
the effects of the disease in several of the patients.
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