Participants who were given the power to fly like Superman in virtual reality were more helpful afterward, out of virtual reality. The researchers suggest that embodying a superpower in virtual reality may make players to ‘think like superheroes’ and thus, facilitate subsequent helpful behavior in the real world. Some of the implementations present in various fields are: Automobile, Aviation and NASA Education like Mutual Telexistence, Virtual Rooms, Distributed VR, Steve etc Internal Medicine Anxiety disorders like.

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