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  • 1 of the biggest +s of #VR is its ability to simulate the process albeit in a safe environment thereby helping trainees learn better by performing the steps over and over. We, at @GoPhygital recently did a VR safety #Training program for @MahindraRise , for their tractor biz.
  • Learn... Unlearn.. Relearn. Do or Do Not... There is no Try! #Yoda #StarWars #MondayMotivation …
  • #VirtualReality as #therapy for #pain It’s not a distraction, more like a #brainhack that occupies the brain so fully that it has no room to process pain at the same time. We at @GoPhygital believe that #VR in #healthcare has immense potential. …
  • An actor who could blend into his character's personality seamlessly. My earliest memories of watching him perform are in Shyam Benegal's movies that were showed on Doordarshan on Sundays
  • RIP #GirishKarnad sir. Had just introduced the 7 yr old to "#MalgudiDays -Swami & Friends" on @PrimeVideoIN over weekend & mentioned that the disciplinarian dad of Swami was the same actor who played Tiger's boss in Ek Tha Tiger & Tiger Zinda Hai, films which she saw recently

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