As part of a History of Art & Architecture lecture series titled “Games,” psychologist Albert “Skip” Rizzo will discuss Clinical Virtual Reality, new technology with the potential to treat clinical health conditions like cognitive, psychological, motor, and functional impairments. The talk will address the rationales for the use of VR beyond entertainment, as well as ethical concerns.

The lecture will be held in the History of Art and Architecture Conference Room, Arts 1332, on January 24th from 4-6:30pm.