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About VHIL: The mission of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University is to understand the dynamics and implications of interactions among people in immersive virtual reality simulations (VR), and other forms of human digital representations in media, communication systems, and games. The lab was founded by Prof. Jeremy Bailenson whose book, Infinite Reality, explores the impact of VHIL research.

Virtual Human Interaction Lab – Stanford University


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Stanford Football and Virtual Reality, ESPN
- ESPN discusses virtual reality created by VHIL to help Stanford quarterbacks read defenses.

Virtual reality could make real difference in the environment, San Francisco Chronicle
- Jeremy Bailenson describes how virtual reality can bring people inside of a degraded ocean ecosystem to show how their personal carbon footprint contributes to ocean acidification.

If You Like Immersion, You’ll Love This Reality, The New York Times
- Virtual reality technology is advancing so quickly that it is certain to infuse just about every corner of our lives.

Automatically Detected Nonverbal Behavior Predicts Creativity in Collaborating Dyads, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior
- Digital Footprints can use nonverbal behavior to predict creativity.

Supreme Court Justice Alito quotes Infinite Reality in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Assn

Infinite Reality – Avatars, Eternal Life, New Worlds, and the Dawn of the Virtual Revolution
- Blascovich and Bailenson reveal how the human brain behaves in virtual environments and examine where radical new developments in digital technology will lead us. "Exhilarating ... a must-read" - Los Angeles Times