For Mental Health Awareness Week, we explore the ways in which new technologies are improving mental health care.
A cutting-edge VR system has been gifted to a children's hospital in Washington D.C.
New training platform combines VR with haptic touch feedback for realistic surgical simulations.
The Government of Canada is providing $40,000 in funding to virtual reality company to treat anxiety disorders.
At Lucile Packard Stanford Children's hospital doctors are using VR to help educate on heart conditions.
The Johnson & Johnson Institute are experimenting with a system for training doctors and nurses for surgical procedures.
New York artist Tom Christopher creates immersive street scenes for pediatric cancer patients to enjoy.
The NHS is testing to see if regular use of VR to visit memories will help dementia patients.
An American paediatrician has been using VR to help children who are getting their injections.
A Californian startup is investigating if VR can aid patients suffering chronic pain.