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In hopes of influencing eco-friendly changes, ¬†Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab is working to incorporate VR into environmental education. Through the theory of embodied cognition, virtual reality has the potential to provide experiences that provoke emotions similar to what would be experienced in real life. People will get the chance to explore climate change in an immersive way even if they are not living in an area prone to experience many changes. Read this article to find out more!

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