From doctors and researchers working with Virtual Reality to patients whose days have been brightened by the magic of our wild virtual dolphins, hear from our experts in the field about this new drug-free medicine.
“The content of the Dolphin Swim Club is unique. We can use it for therapy and patients with all sorts of disorders who find it hard to relax. Stress drives psychiatric problems. This is a great tool to manage their stress levels.”Dr. Wim VelingPsychiatrist at the University Medical Centre Groningen
“Virtual Reality is like a temporary psychadelic, it allows to inhibit the ruminating mind. So the mind can start making connections it usually wouldn't. We see this over and over again. It's remarkable!”Dr. Brennan SpiegelDirector of Health Services Research at Cedars Sinai Hospital
“UnderwaterVR makes waterboard therapy, for people with extreme burns and also psychical therapy for people with spinal cord injuries a bit more bearable.”Dr. Albert Skip RizzoDirector for Medical Virtual Reality at the Institute for Creative Technologies
”Being sick isn't fun. I want to play with my friends, but often I have to stay at home. The Dolphin Swim Club made my dream, swimming with dolphins, come true. Now all my friends are jealous of me!Isa RotaryIn collaboration with the Rotary
”"I recently flew through the Amsterdam airport and experienced your amazing VR dolphin experience in the KLM Lounge. It was incredible. I am a worldwide scuba diver and photographer and I was so impressed. It was so real... like I was right there. Actually I was on the way home from a trip where I was diving with dolphins and your experience was better than my real dive."Sean SkinnerDiver and wildlife photographer