ESPN discusses virtual reality created by VHIL to help Stanford quarterbacks read defenses.
VHIL hosted the "Virtual Reality in the Social Sciences" event as part of the Bay Area Science Festival. Everyone got a chance to experience a virtual world, including 5-year-old kids.more»
Radio panel, featuring Jeremy Bailenson, discusses what VR can achieve beyond gaming and entertainment as well as its potential drawbacks.
VHIL research reveals that quantitative analysis of nonverbal cues can indicate a person's ability to learn and the strength of their creative skills.more»
To learn why got Facebook so excited, a team from FORBES went to Stanford for a tour of our own recently. Jeremy Bailenson put them through a number of simulations designed to demonstrate how people experience virtual environments and how VR can be a tool for improving lives.more»
VHIL research has shown that making a cause and effect relationship perceptual, as opposed to theoretical, changes consumer and other behaviors more than other interventions.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»
Morgan Spurlock walks a virtual reality plank at VHIL, and steps off. His brain doesn't know the difference between reality and virtual reality.more»
Virtual reality technology is advancing so quickly that it is certain to infuse just about every corner of our lives.more»
On Point with Tom Ashbrook NPR radio panel discusses the impact of the Oculus purchase, featuring Jeremy Bailenson.more»
Weeks before Facebook announced that it had acquired virtual reality gaming headset manufacturer Oculus Rift, Mark Zuckerberg made a private visit to VHIL.more»