VIRTUAL REALITY: Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University receive £50,000 funding

VIRTUAL REALITY: Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University have received £50,000 in funding to lead on revolutionary work looking into how virtual reality can help injured children through painful rehabilitation

In a partnership between Hallam, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust the project, currently dubbed ‘VR Rehab PlayRoom’, aims to develop interactive VR scenarios which will require the children to perform the required exercises for them to progress through a game. The research is featured in Sheffield Chamber. The story has previously been covered by the Yorkshire Post, the Sheffield Telegraph and Business Quarter

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