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Immersive Virtual Reality & Suicide Prevention: Part 2

Virtual Reality Suicide Prevention
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This is Part 2 of our show about immersive virtual reality and suicide prevention.

My guests today on The Not Old Better Show are Dusty Wright, and he’s joined in his home studio via Skype, with colleagues, Director, Stephanie Riggs and Producer, Serena Belsby. Please note the links to everyone’s details, but it is an august group. Talented and respected.

Join us for a great show, tour de force, but, I must tell you, right at the outset, while this project is a powerful, brilliant application of VR, it is also the result of a tragic suicide.  One the one hand, a thoughtful, inspired, and intelligent deployment of the virtual reality technology. And, on the other hand, a brutal, difficult subject which galvanized this team and their solution.  This is a personal subject for me and my family, as well as many others.  It’s important to discuss this, as hard as it may be.

As reminder, please check out The Not Old Better web site where you’ll find links to where you can go check out all the material, and how best to contribute and get involved. You can easily go directly to Sunchaser Entertainment sunchaserent.com and click “Donate.”  Donations are tax deductible.  Please check out part 2 of the interview with Dusty, Stephanie and Serena…

Please donate to our tax decutible “Fly” VR music video fund for suicide prevention & fighting depression!

Immersive Virtual Reality & Suicide Prevention: Part 1

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Virtual Reality Suicide Prevention

Immersive Virtual Reality & Suicide Prevention: Part 1

Taraji P. Henson

Taraji P. Henson, Actor/Author, “Around The Way Girl,” Interview & Review