Tuesday, May 11, 2021


Get all the current and upcoming VR experiences in the context of fitness. We review all current content that relates to using VR tech for fitness outside of gaming.

Getting Chatty on Facebook over The Oculus

VR is amazing. You know it. We know it. But in the grand scheme of things, the VR community is pretty small compared to giant companies like Facebook. VR enthusiasts are shrewd with their...

Virtual Touch Can Elevate These 4 Fitness Apps

Why Does Virtual Touch Matter? Of our five senses, the most important one as far as fitness goes is touch. Whether it is the feeling of the track under our feet or a weight in...

5 More Ways VR is Changing the World!

We here at VR Fitness Insider are constantly trying to give you the latest updates and information on the rather unconventional, yet extremely positive, use of virtual reality in fitness. As we've recently discussed...

Snapchat and VR Fitness for Teens

Is Snapchat Developing AG Glasses? According to an industry insider, Snapchat just joined the Bluetooth Special Interest Group as an adopter. This means Evan Spiegel's social media company will be building Bluetooth-enabled products alongside all those selfie...

Pain Relief Without Pills, Thanks to VR

SnowWorld and Lt. Brown Lt. Sam Brown survived an IED attack in Afghanistan in 2008, but the experience left him a burn victim. He has endured painful surgery and therapy since his return to the United...

360 Degree Video in Fitness: What Happened?

Are you as confused as we are when it comes to why 360 video hasn't become as epic for fitness as it has the potential to be? With Virtual Reality and 360-degree technology, there's...

Shoot Aliens and Burn Some Fat with Clandestine Anomaly

If you enjoy shooting aliens out of the sky, getting some extra exercise, and protecting the Earth, welcome to Clandestine Anomaly. This game is one of the few that take into consideration: Data Plans,...

Treating PTSD with VR

The homecoming of a soldier evokes images of celebration. Balloons flying in the air, streamers littering the ground, and the open arms of friends and family. But one out of ten soldiers will be...

Medical VR Turns Gaming Into Physical Therapy

Project Walk Again Miguel Nicolelis, co-director for the Duke Center of Neuroengineering, led a year-long study in treating paraplegic patients with VR technology. Seven out of the eight patients were considered complete paraplegics, and all of them...

Merged Reality Workouts: Pipe Dream or Possibility?

The most recent attempt to make virtual reality more affordable and available comes from Intel and Microsoft. The two are working together to develop technology that could be used by product manufacturers as a basis...
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