Virtual reality and augmented reality can give people with disabilities access to experiences and therapies that would not otherwise be available. For instance, a wheelchair-bound senior could wear VR goggles and experience the rush of climbing a mountain or surfing a big wave. These positive experiences can lead to improved emotional well-being.
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