Mixed reality

I had such a cool day at work recently – I got to play with the first of my VR healthcare education environments using Occulus Rift. It’s also available for our students to use on their laptop, Google Cardboard, on their phones etc. So amazing to see my project becoming a reality – I hope the students love this way of bridging the gap between classroom theory and clinical practice! Being allowed to work on this idea of mine and develop it into a project is part of the reason why I am so proud to work for Bournemouth University. To find out more about my CAARS project click here to visit the Bournemouth University CEL blog post.

click here and then watch the laptop screen in this video to see what I see in Occulus Rift

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Dee J Kirkby
Dee lives in the South of England in a home otherwise filled with males – husband, boys and pets & writes to escape the testosterone.
At the age of 40, she was diagnosed with a form of autism called Asperger syndrome, in addition to dyslexia and dyspraxia.
Dee J Kirkby

Dee J Kirkby

Dee lives in the South of England in a home otherwise filled with males – husband, boys and pets & writes to escape the testosterone. At the age of 40, she was diagnosed with a form of autism called Asperger syndrome, in addition to dyslexia and dyspraxia.

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