The ability to peer into the future and work toward ensuring that what we all-too-often take for granted is continually improved upon is a privilege we do not take lightly. It is a privilege that we take great joy in.
Much of our focus currently lies with the Albert Project - a study aimed at improving the quality of life for seniors who are living with dementia and Alzheimer’s. While it’s far from a cure, we’re finding huge promise in the early results, and are deeply moved to witness the positive impact experienced by these individuals, as well as by their caregivers.
But we’re not stopping there! Because virtual reality is an emerging technology, and there’s a lot to learn. From easing the common anxiety that surrounds medical testing and procedures, to teaching children the tools of emotional development, there’s a wide, wonderful, virtual world out there we are eager to explore.
We only thought space would be the last frontier.