Woman Develops Virtual Reality Game for Seniors Battling Loneliness
Seniors can take virtual tours of art museums and visit other countries using these goggles.
A woman used her talents to help seniors cope with isolation. Carleigh Berryman started her own company Viva Vita that uses virtual reality. She noticed that her own grandmother was beginning to experience depression from the isolation during shutdowns. She figured out a way to get her technology into senior communities where seniors could go on virtual tours of art museums, other states. the results have been game changers literally for these seniors.
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