Fifteen years after the events of Alien™, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.
South Korean broadcaster Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) made this possible for mom Jang Ji-sung, who lost her seven-year-old daughter to blood-related diseases three years ago, Reuters reports.In emotional video footage shared by MBC, Jang wears virtual reality goggles and stands in front of a green screen.
Rather than letting startups offer the public the chance to interact with virtual versions of their dead loved ones — undoubtedly at a cost — maybe we can make the technology available only to people who’ve submitted to a screening with a psychologist.
The story is set inside the mind of a children's book writer, which lends much of the piece an innocence and cheeriness, even though it’s dealing with an extremely difficult topic.
Dear Angelica was created by Oculus Story Studio, a former department of Oculus which produced short non-interactive VR films. Experiences like Dear Angelica show the power of the medium to be a conduit for emotion and empathy, and perfectly exemplify why VR is the most immersive, transformative, transportive, and powerful storytelling medium to date.
This staggering fact shows the necessity for alternative methods of treatment for symptoms and side effects relating to medical issues that stem from chemotherapy like menopause, hot flashes, anxiety, and insomnia. VRHealth has created a Virtual Reality and AI therapist named Luna, to help ease physical and emotional side effects from medical treatments.