TRIPP selected as a TOP PICK at CES 2019 by Washington Post
By Geoffrey A. Fowler, Washington Post
January 8, 2019
TRIPP uses images like this one in virtual reality to change your mindset.
Mood-altering VR: TRIPP
So far, entertainment is the biggest use for virtual reality. A startup called TRIPP® wants to use to it help you chill out. Strap on a headset and the TRIPP software transports you to a groovy land, where an always-changing kaleidoscope of images and concentration games try to shift your mental state. Its makers say they’ve seen a mood shift of over 20 percent per session, on average. I tried it in one of the least-Zen places on earth — CES — and felt calmer in under 10 minutes. Its makers call it an “adaptive digiceutical,” a mental health prescription that doesn’t require a pill.
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