Experimenting with virtual reality led to the discovery of some unintended, but beneficial uses of VR. Robert J. Marks and Dr. Thomas Furness discuss applications of virtual reality — including for pain management, medical training, and vision problems.
- 01:11 | Introducing Dr. Thomas Furness, Professor of Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Washington
- 01:46 | The Human Interface Technology labs
- 02:42 | Solving real problems with virtual reality
- 05:45 | The Personal Eyewear Display
- 07:56 | The power of VR distraction
- 15:05 | Training in VR
- 17:39 | Limited display space
- 18:33 | Virtual retinal displays
- 21:18 | What happened to Google Glass?
- 23:40 | Applications for ophthalmology