Using biometric data, such as heart rate, temperature, etc., a new VR experiment called STRATA generates audio and visual elements in a virtual reality environment unique to users embarking on the experience. The Mill, the company responsible for these dynamic VR dreamscapes, refers to STRATA as “a radical imagining for new VR applications . . . and a step forward in responsive immersive visuals.” Speculation on potential real-life applications of the technology include physiological treatment and distraction therapy, among others. However, only results from the new experiment will determine its real world applications in the future.
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