Apr 26, 2018
As virtual reality (VR) capabilities continue to expand, researchers hope to create a more real-world experience by connecting VR directly to the brain. Through Brain-based Computer Interface (BCI), VR could become a more natural experience for users, with the potential to significantly impact a variety of fields, from video game technology to medicine.
As VR grows in popularity, researchers are trying to further understand its benefits and potential impacts on the way we live our lives. Its increasing capabilities, processing speeds and hardware developments have made VR more useful, affordable and responsive. However, many believe VR still isn’t reaching its full potential. According to researchers from Pace University, connecting to the brain could revolutionize VR development.
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