Staying healthy in virtual reality

By: | May 21, 2018 alvarez

Jeremy Bailenson, head of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, has provided tips on how to safely use virtual reality devices.

One piece of advise that Bailenson included in his report is if students are using room-scale VR, then they should explore the room first with their virtual goggles on before the simulation starts.


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Bailenson also advises to have a second person available as a spotter and that if walking is not critical to your VR experience, then you should sit down.

You can view Bailenson’s other tips in the accompanying infographic above.

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