We experience a VHIL demo that alters our sense of body (proprioception). We learn how easy it brain can adapt to controlling virtual limbs, and the power of visual information to override our own movements in the real world.more»
Stanford scholars — The Goldbogen Lab and The Virtual Human Interaction Lab — have teamed with BBC Big Blue Live to capture immersive 360 footage of a vibrant kelp forest. This immersive learning tool will be used to teach about marine science and to understand the role of immersive media in education.more»
VHIL partners with Sesame Street to study the effects of virtual reality on child brain development.more»
Jeremy Bailenson imagines VR in five years transforming “the nature of what it means to travel, education, really redefining what it means to be in a place.”more»
What happens when we spend so much time in virtual spaces?
Decades of psychological research demonstrate that the way you move is more revealing than what you say.more»
VHIL research shows that what people do in virtual reality doesn't always stay in virtual reality. Issue also features an opinion piece by Jeremy Bailenson on the benefits of virtual classrooms.more»
Jeremy Bailenson and Clifford Nass investigate the expressions drivers typically have five seconds before they fall asleep.more»