All right, we ready to fly?
I'm gonna be your copilot.
All right, I'm gonna put this around your head.
On your nose okay?
Here we go.
Their mind is off what's going on with them.
It's It's like, yeah, I can't get out of bed but I can get out of bed with these goggles.
So it helps them.
They took the automatic motion out of VR.
And the only motion you feel as if you're standing there and you're actually present in the experience.
So you don't tend to have That motion sickness feeling.
It allows the individual to really be taken back to maybe their childhood memories or place they've never gotten to go like the bucket list, you know, I wanna see Paris.
Now this one you can look up and you'll see the top of the building.
It's so big.
We're really focused on other non-pharmacolugical things that we can use for our patients, you know at the end of their life.
It helps their breathing, I've seen less pain during that time.
It's just, it's way of helping someone [UNKNOWN].
How beautiful, unbelievable.
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