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How People With Disability Can Benefit From Various VR Programs

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In an experiment published in the journal Appetite, a virtual reality training was found to reduce loss of control eating among participants with a history of binge eating. While Auticare, developed by their company Embright Infotech, creates a 3D environment, using images and videos to create a virtual reality which benefits children with autism.

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In an experiment published in the journal Appetite , a virtual reality training was found to reduce loss of control eating among participants with a history of binge eating. Researchers Stephanie M. Manasse and her team suggest that current treatments appear to be unsuccessful in targeting the loss of control associated with binge eating.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) - Stepping into a new world at the touch of a button, Sportsability Alliance is launching a new virtual reality program for kids with disabilities. The Sportsability Park is accessible and free for anyone to use, and you do not need a VR headsets, while they do allow a more immersive experience, but you can interact in the park right online.
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Reset Growing up Satyanarayanan AR watched his mother, a Ph. The Embright team has offices in Trivandrum and Bengaluru and work closely with hospitals, therapists and experts from the field of developmental disorders to find solutions that work best for children.