ESPN discusses virtual reality created by VHIL to help Stanford quarterbacks read defenses.
Can experiences in virtual reality impact human behavior? Professor Bailenson shares several studies from the Virtual Human Interaction Lab that demonstrate these changes, impacting the way we conserve resources, save for retirement, train for sports, learn and understand diversity.
What happens when we spend so much time in virtual spaces?
Jeremy Bailenson talks about the power of virtual reality technology to effect behavioral change, especially in the challenging area of lifestyle modification. Filmed at FutureMed, Singularity University.
Jeremy Bailenson shares his research on virtual reality, avatars, transformed social interaction, and related communication and psychological theories, as well as implications for citizens living in the digital age.
50 percent of children who experienced swimming with whales in virtual reality thought the experience was real.
In VHIL researcher Grace Ahn's study, participants used less paper after cutting down a virtual tree.
How achievable are the virtual experiences seen in The Matrix, Tron, and James Cameron's Avatar? Do our brains know where "reality" ends and "virtual" begins?
Frontline visited Stanford's Virtual Human Interaction Lab to find out how all that time online affects our real lives.
Jeremy Bailenson details other uses of the virtual, from putting soldiers in Iraqi shoes to helping autistic kids socialize.
Jeremy Bailenson sums up the current research of the lab in an hour-long talk at the Annenberg School of Communication.
"60 second psych" on Jesse Fox's VHIL exercise experiment.
VHIL is testing the effects of different forms of mimicry using avatars.
Jeremy Bailenson discusses the psychology of Second Life participants.
Nick Yee/VHIL featured in a video about personal space in Second Life.