Training police, undercover work, interrogations, psychological tests for potential recruits.
To summarize, we can say that VR technology still has a way to go before it becomes mainstream and reaches into all areas of our lives. Starting with the quality of image, and stimulation of senses to standardization of equipment and determining the effects and means of the medium on human beings. We are still coping with problem of cellphone and social media addiction and its negative effects on human brain and behavior. So maybe we should sort that out first, and avoid our past mistakes by gathering more knowledge on what to expect from any new technology and making it accessible, before using it in our daily lives.
If you'd like to learn more about how we at Omega-R are using VR check out our website http://www.omega-vr.us
By Natalia Doster
Bibliography: Opposing View Points Series "Virtual Reality", editor Susan Henneberg, 2017