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Title Virtual reality (Greenhaven Press)
Virtual reality / Susan Henneberg, book editor.
Imprint New York, NY : Greenhaven Publishing, 2017.


 Opposing Viewpoints  H33.O6 V57 2017    LIB USE ONLY
Edition First edition.
Description 200 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Opposing viewpoints® series.
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Grades 9 to 12.
Gift of The Dr. John M. Hills Fund.
Subject Virtual reality -- Popular works.
Computer simulation -- Popular works.
Human-computer interaction -- Popular works.
Computer simulation.
Human-computer interaction.
Virtual reality.
Genre Popular works.
Contents Is a simulated world a better world? Virtual reality is more than just entertainment / Virtual Reality Society ; Schools struggle with virtual reality / Benjamin Herold ; Virtual reality is transforming healthcare / Bertalan Mesko ; VR helps create better soldiers and commanders / David Kushner ; Virtual reality can revolutionize higher education / David Matthews -- How real is real? Virtual reality is moving in positive directions / Maria Konnikova ; Virtual reality is not ready for widespread use / Mark Ceb ; Experiencing history is better than learning it / Luke O'Neil ; Virtual reality helps users develop empathy / Ben Kuchera ; Market research will benefit from virtual reality / Raymond Burke ; To become mainstream technology, virtual reality must overcome challenges / Stuart Dredge -- What impact will virtual reality have on human behavior? Virtual reality has therapeutic applications / Bobbie Ticknor ; Virtual reality effectively engages the emotions / Julia Diemer, Georg W. Alpers, Henrik M. Peperkorn, Yousef Shiban, and Andreas Muhlberger ; Despite challenges, VR offers opportunities for psychology research / Christopher J. Wilson and Alessandra Soranzo ; VR violent video games could be dangerous / Thomas McMullan ; In the classroom, virtual reality is better than real world / Mathew Georghiou -- Will virtual reality lead to a decline in society? VR developers must adhere to a code of ethics / Daniel Oberhaus ; Research should focus on minimizing negative effects of VR / Mark E. Koltko-Rivera ; Church-goers can find meaning and community in virtual reality / Giulio Prisco ; Virtual reality may not be safe / Vikram Kinkar ; Virtual reality can save the planet / Ivy Shih.
Other Author Henneberg, Susan, editor.