'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' V-Sports Combine Virtual Reality & Video GamesVideo games are about to get real… virtually. Watch former New York Yankee Johnny Damon take on U.S. soldiers in Saudi Arabia.
Virtual Reality Video Game Helps Reduce Pain Without Medication, Researchers SayThe future of pain relief may come from somewhere you least expect it – in the form of a virtual reality video game.
NJ First Responders Use Virtual Reality Facility To Train For Active Shooter SituationsA first of its kind facility in New Jersey takes first responder training to the next level – beyond reality and into the unknown.
Virtual Reality Headsets Are A Hot Gift This Holiday Season, But Are They Safe For Kids?The headsets have been promoted as a cool, new experience, but there's still a lot that remains unknown about the technology especially when it comes to kids.
Virtual Reality Takes The Pain And Anxiety Out Of Needle Pricks For Parents And Kids It's hard for any parent to watch their child go through the fear and pain of a needle stick, but imagine having to go through that several times a week.
State Of The Art Business: How To Integrate Virtual Reality Into Your Marketing PlanEvery small business needs to address how their business model is adapting to new technology.
Seen At 11: Doctors Using Virtual Reality To Treat Cancer PatientsVirtual reality is just not for the gaming world as doctors are using it to help treat cancer patients.
Seen At 11: Interior Design Companies Using Virtual Reality To Plan Room Layouts For ClientsInterior design companies are using virtual reality to help show clients what their new rooms will look like.
Jets Developing Virtual Experience To Bring Fans Even CloserRyan Fitzpatrick is so close you could tug on the New York Jets quarterback's beard and wish him luck.
Cornell Researchers Have New Vision For Oculus Rift TechnologyResearchers at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute are using Oculus Rift technology to develop a virtual reality program to aid the visually impaired.
Brad Paisley Taking ‘Organic’ Approach To Next New Album RecordingWith seven songs already cut, Brad Paisley is back in the studio and working on a new album. Paisley claims that this time around there will be no editing, no computer enhancements, just the real deal.

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