Unlike traditional video games that are often played from the comfort of one’s home, XR experiences can be suited to a variety of locations.

In healthcare, XR technologies are being used to train surgeons and doctors, supplement therapeutic approaches, and enhance patients’ rehabilitation in new ways. In education, they can engage students by providing immersive learning experiences, such as a holographic human body with an animated skeletal structure and circulatory system. In engineering, these technologies can offer predictive insights and modeling capabilities that give architects and builders a three-dimensional perspective on the spaces they are designing before a single brick is laid.

We are committed to working with policymakers and providing education around how consumers can enjoy and learn from these tools in their daily lives, as well as navigating any policy issues that arise related to these technologies.


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