Weird Nature New Therapy Allows You To Dive With Dolphins Via Virtual Reality  

Rebecca High

This video offers a really cool glimpse into the new world of virtual reality therapy, one that uses dolphins to help out humans.

The therapy is designed to help treat conditions like psychosis, anxiety, and depression, along with physical disabilities, and it literally takes place in a (physical) swimming pool.

Recipients of the therapy strap on goggle-like VR headsets and enter a playful, soothing world of dolphins in their natural habitats while paddling around the pool. So far, the Dolphin Swim Club of The Netherlands reports success with its program.

Watch this video for a soothing peek at how technology and nature create the best possible therapy for our uniquely human hang-ups.