Can Virtual Body Swapping Help Fight Racial Prejudice?

 BODYSWAPPING ILLUSIONS — (A) The Rubber Hand Illusion (B) The Enfacement Illusion (C) Immersive Virtual Reality |   Trends in Cognitive Science , Maister et al

BODYSWAPPING ILLUSIONS — (A) The Rubber Hand Illusion (B) The Enfacement Illusion (C) Immersive Virtual Reality | Trends in Cognitive Science, Maister et al

Body swapping is consistent with just one of the aspects of our experiential learning concept.  We believe that sharing data, structured feedback and dialog are critical complements to maximize impact.

As seen in Popular Science

In the wake of massive #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations, the ugly implications of racism in the United States have come to the foreground. Prejudice, whether conscious or unconscious, exists on a much wider scale than most of us would like to admit. In fact, you can glimpse into your own brain and measure its unconscious attitudes toward various objects and ideas by taking an implicit association test, or IAT. (The results might surprise you.)

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