Marianne Shores, 76, “rides” a roller coaster through virtual reality goggles provided by the nonprofit Gamers Gift at Atria Carmichael Oaks on May 6, 2017. Shores said her first date was on a roller coaster and she loved them as child. Her virtual reality experience made her dizzy.
Marianne Shores, 76, “rides” a roller coaster through virtual reality goggles provided by the nonprofit Gamers Gift at Atria Carmichael Oaks on May 6, 2017. Shores said her first date was on a roller coaster and she loved them as child. Her virtual reality experience made her dizzy. Brian Baer Special to The Bee
Marianne Shores, 76, “rides” a roller coaster through virtual reality goggles provided by the nonprofit Gamers Gift at Atria Carmichael Oaks on May 6, 2017. Shores said her first date was on a roller coaster and she loved them as child. Her virtual reality experience made her dizzy. Brian Baer Special to The Bee

Virtual reality volunteers bring roller coasters and exotic travel to assisted living

May 12, 2017 04:00 AM

UPDATED May 26, 2017 10:18 AM

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