Virtual Reality for body and mind


ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen explains how two experiments involving virtual reality makes on International Space Station. The first is Virtual Assistance Mental Balance (VAMB) where Andreas gets to enjoy a calm setting in nature that helps him relax. The second one is VR for Exercise, where he cycles on the Space Station’s exercise bike and through different bike routes in Denmark on the VR headset, which has quickly become a favourite for Andreas.

Timestaps of the video:
00:00 – 00:09 Intro
00:10 – 02:13 First experiment
02:14 – 04:48 Second experiment
04:49 – 05:09 Outro

Credits: ESA/NASA

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  1. Turns out that "VR for Exercise" is one of the research projects I've been citing inside my Master's thesis! I find it so interesting to see how many uses VR has for astronauts and the aerospace industry ✨ Greetings from Italy!

  2. Hej , stod op tidligt i morges, den 5/3, og vinkede til Jer kl 5.23. Et flot syn at se SSI glide hen over himlen.Det ser ud til at være den sidste gang vi for jer at se inden du returnere til jorden. Så knæk og bræk og god tur hjem 🇩🇰🌞

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