"KEEP YOUR HEAD TO THE SUNSHINE AND YOU CAN'T SEE THE SHADOW"- HELEN KELLER
POWER OF IMAGINATION
Immerse yourself with virtual reality in these beautiful surroundings with music for relaxation and inspiration.
If you are a stroke survivor, you can also try motor imagery exercises with virtual reality for improving recovery.
Among mind exercises includes, motor Imagery –imagining moving the body without actual movement.
Research shows that motor imagery when added to regular physical practice enhances motor performance.
It has been shown that motor imagery enhances connectivity of Premotor cortex and Primary motor cortex in the brain. (Bajaj et al NeuroImage 2015).
3D VIRTUAL REALITY MODELS FOR EDUCATION ABOUT NORMAL ANATOMY AND DISEASES IN AN EXCITING IMMERSIVE FORMAT
3D MODELS OF ORGANS FOR AN IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE
VIRTUAL REALITY FOR FUTURISTIC MEDICAL EDUCATION
YOU ARE LOOKING AT A BRAIN ANEURYSM
YOU ARE LOOKING AT BRAIN BLOOD VESSELS CALLED CIRCLE OF WILLIS
NepalDeependra, a 40 year old watchmaker from Nepal, who recently suffered a stroke, is seen here enjoying the virtual reality exercises
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