Honda uses Oculus Rift to bring holiday VR light show to hospitalized children

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If you’re lucky enough to be healthy and with family this holiday season, you’ll appreciate a recent tech-powered effort Honda undertook to bring the magic of Christmas to children unable to leave a hospital in Orange County, California.

Working in conjunction with the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC Children’s), the auto company produced a stunning virtual reality holiday light display that immersed the children in the sights they weren’t able to see outside of the hospital. 

Using Oculus Rift headsets donated by Microsoft, you can see the amazement wash over the children as they experience the elaborate VR display called “Candy Cane Lane” from the seat of a moving virtual sleigh.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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