Virtual and augmented reality were once seen as the latest fad in gaming technology. But in recent years, better quality software and increasingly inexpensive hardware have made VR and AR appealing to other industries, including healthcare.
Virtual reality involves donning a headset and entering a three-dimensional, interactive world. Augmented reality is a less all-encompassing version of this technology that overlays computer-generated content on the real world.
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Original article by Hannah Green (The Business Journals).