Virtual reality technology brings Olympic Games to Tokyo’s disabled children

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Virtual reality technology brings Olympic Games to Tokyo’s disabled children” – below is their description.

The Tokyo Olympic Games has come alive to scores of the host city’s disabled children, thanks to cutting-edge technology. Provided by Japanese companies, the set-up allowed the youngsters to interact with athletes through a camera, dance with a robotic mascot, and view the matches inside a virtual reality dome.

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