When you compare the two, it’s clear we’ll increasingly opt to live with a headset on. Source: How the cutting edge of virtual reality is making the real world seem boring – The Washington Post
Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, Calif., has opened a first-of-its-kind virtual reality learning center that’s been designed to allow students from every program—dentistry, osteopathic medicine, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, and nursing—to learn through VR. Read More at this Source: How this med school is using virtual reality to teach students
Soon, nearly everyone will have a VR device, or use one regularly. The well of content is rising, and the cost is dropping; only the execution of the various applications is limiting exponential growth. Source: Virtual Reality: How Patients, Doctors and Athletes Will Be Educated | Kevin R. Stone, M.D.
Where will VR be in five years? Everywhere, according to research firm Tractica. Source: Why enterprise VR will be worth $4.5 billion in five years – Fortune