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Molly Fogel is part of the crusade to help people better understand what it’s like living with this illness. That’s where virtual reality comes in.
“Virtual reality helps you become part of Harry’s morning,” Fogel explains of the program. “You will be in his shoes.
“It’s a 3 minute and 12 second experience.”
The video goes through the first part of Harry’s day. He has Alzheimer’s.
During the VR experience, users will experience things like blurry vision, hallucinations, confusion and disorganization.
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