When it comes to the health risks associated with viruses, there’s one thing you don’t want to miss: The viral infection.
And now you can use a virtual reality headset to do it without worrying about getting sick.
It’s the kind of new technology that has been a dream for many people, and it could change the way we think about the world, says Andrew Leggett, a scientist at the University of Melbourne who’s worked with virtual reality to develop a system that allows you to see and feel the effects of viruses on a live person.
It was a dream come true for Andrew Leffett, who has worked with VR technology to create a method to remove viral infections.
It involves using a headset to look into the eyes of a living human, where it creates a 3D representation of their body.
The viewer then moves their head to a virtual position to see the effects.
The result is a virtual-reality experience that is indistinguishable from reality.
It’s also a way to help people with viral infections to get better and reduce their risk of dying, Dr Leffler says.
But if you want to really get the full effect of the virtual-realist experience, it requires a computer to process the image.
You need to be at least six weeks away from the virus, and you need to have the virus on a computer.
And it’s also quite expensive, Dr Lemmings says.
Virtual reality headset used to be a dream but is now becoming a realitySource: News.au