How Virtual Reality is Transforming Autism Studies

A screen capture of a virtual reality scenario with a person looking at a screen, and a person on the screen looking straight ahead

Autism therapists and researchers often use virtual reality to help autistic people rehearse stressful encounters. Peter Mundy, a psychologist with UC Davis developed an application that lets autistic children practice public speaking in a virtual classroom with an audience of eight avatars. 

Via Spectrum News