Toyota VR Simulation Lets People Experience Visual Diseases

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Toyota, the auto company, has been investing resources into using virtual reality to help it build cars, design safety systems, and educate the public about safe driving habits. Its Swedish division has just unveiled a new simulation that can reproduce how people with a variety of visual conditions perceive the world around them.

The simulation takes place on a soccer field (football pitch) and the participants get to try to follow the ball, look around the surroundings, and even try a kick or two.

Here’s a video that Toyota released profiling this work:

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