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Time Compression

Time Compression

Time compression the phenomenon where time goes by quickly when we're immersed in something that we're doing.

This usually happens to people who play video games or movie bingers.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Virtual reality warps your sense of time

  • VR users unintentionally spend an excessive amount of time in games because VR headsets are becoming more comfortable for long-session usages.
  • It entails a risk of addiction that is associated with depression and insomnia, thus reducing their ability to tend to their mood and health.
  • Clocks must always be easily accessible and appear automatically at regular intervals.

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There are studies that involve the use of VR for patients undergoing therapy who claim to experience time compression effects.

Another study suggests that using VR during sessions as such is a surprisingly effective painkiller due to the power of distraction.

As technology evolves, we hope to see more advancement in this area.

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Virtual Reality gamers or users experience amplified time compression due to the lack of bodily awareness.

Studies have been done and proved that virtual reality indeed warps one's perception of time due to being totally immersed in VR and that the environment VR gives is one that prevents a person's awareness.

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This ideas provide a simple introduction that helps in understanding what augmented reality is and how it is applied to the real world.

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