VR experience with neurological patients: basic cost/benefit issues.

@article{Pugnetti1998VREW,
  title={VR experience with neurological patients: basic cost/benefit issues.},
  author={Luigi Pugnetti and Laura Mendozzi and Elena Barbieri and Achille Motta},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
  year={1998},
  volume={58},
  pages={
          243-8
        }
}
The future of VR applications for mental health is currently regarded as depending on the rational development of ideas and systems. Criteria to guide this development have been suggested that are both clear and agreeable. Their application, however, may not be easy at this stage. While we may already be able to predict costs of specific VR applications, a period of more extensive clinical research is needed in order to assess adequately any benefit. In our still limited experience, the… CONTINUE READING

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