The Nintendo Wii console grew incredibly popular thanks to its health-related games and peripherals and now Oculus is hoping to imitate this success with a new partnership with VRHealth. Founded by a virtual reality medical company, VRHeath allows users to do physical and cognitive exercises at home using an Oculus headset. Available through the Oculus Go, this new collaboration will include health and wellness apps on the company's site and will even allow users to track their own metrics on the VRHealth website.
The VRHealth app is currently being used a Stanford Sports Medicine as doctors are using the app to track and monitor traumatic brain injuries after concussions. The app also closely aligns with similar apps and games used to treat phobias and anxiety disorders.
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