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Augmented Reality (AR) adds information and media into the ambient environment. Virtual Reality (VR) immerses the user into a fully digital world. We explore how these technologies help users visit inaccessible places, layer information and knowledge onto the environment, and support collaborative learning.
Behaviour, (not) an issue: observing a dementia patient’s behaviour in context
In September 2017, director of the Elderly Care Physician (ECPT) training program from the faculty of Public Health and Primary care, Michelle Kromhout (among others) applied to the Centre for Innovation’s call for project ideas in the 360° VR Pilot program. Working with Michelle and her team, the CFI researched the potential value of virtual reality for innovation in training of elderly care physicians.