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Emotional wellness through virtual reality.

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Team off-site, the morning after
NewPathVR will be showcased at this week's Connect with Tech event at the San Francisco Library. We will be giving virtual reality demos from 1-3 pm at the main library located at 100 Larkin Street. Come by, give it a try, and ask us your questions!
Hey friends, NewpathVR is excited to announce our inaugural cohort of VR Psychology Interns! Every day this week we'll introduce one new spectacular intern - Lisa and I feel incredibly lucky - all of our interns came to us, we didn't do anything and these intelligent humans asked to come work for us - it really doesn't get any better. So please join us in welcoming them to the NewpathVR team! .
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Daria Siganova

is a recent MBA and MSc Marketing graduate from Hult International Business School. She has 5 years experience in Financial Services, with the focus on Business Development, Strategy, and Product Management, but had also worked with various Marketing, Design, and Digital strategy projects. Daria has a passion for drawing and digital art, and is excited to bring that passion as well as her array of business skills to help NewPathVR design new products and experiences.
Hey friends, NewpathVR is excited to announce our inaugural cohort of VR Psychology Interns! Every day this week we'll introduce one new spectacular intern - Lisa and I feel incredibly lucky - all of our interns came to us, we didn't do anything and these intelligent humans asked to come work for us - it really doesn't get any better. So please join us in welcoming them to the NewpathVR team! .
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Blake Nischwitz is a VR Developer Intern at NewPathVR working with Unity to prototype unique applications to further NewPathVR’s goals. Blake has been working towards a bachelors of creative arts in Interactive Media Studies at Miami University and plans on graduating in May 2018. He has experience in the video game art and development and strives to bring unique and meaningful experiences to consumers worldwide. He is interested in creating tools for personal and emotional wellness.
Highlights from when we were guest lecturers at the University of Southern California’s graduate Applied Psychology class speaking about VR Psychology!
Hey friends, NewpathVR is excited to announce our inaugural cohort of VR Psychology Interns! Every day this week we’ll introduce one new spectacular intern - Lisa and I feel incredibly lucky - all of our interns came to us, we didn’t do anything and these intelligent humans asked to come work for us - it really doesn’t get any better. So please join us in welcoming them to the NewpathVR team! .
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Ebele Oguhebe

is currently a nursing student at Johns Hopkins University with an interest in how VR can be used at the individual, community, and clinical settings to improve emotional wellness. She recently graduated from George Washington University with a Masters in Public Health where she delved into multiple research opportunities highlighting the need for emotional wellness services for underserved, marginalized communities. She’s excited to be a part of a community actively disrupting the way emotional wellness is discussed and treated.
Happy Thursday friends! Did you know NewPathVR has a special interest in designing and developing VR experience to assist in the End of Life journey? We believe the way we die is the way we live and conversations about how we wish to die will invariably inform how we choose to live. We’d love to hear your thoughts!
Did you know our beautiful StarfishVR app is based on a Zen story? It goes like this: A Buddhist monk was walking along the beach one morning with one of his disciples. Thousands of starfish had been washed up onto the shore after a fierce storm. Stooping down, the monk lifted a single creature and returned it to its home in the sea. The disciple asked why the master did this when it made so little difference to the mass of stranded starfish. As the monk lifted another single starfish he replied, “It makes a difference to this one.” And he tossed it back into the sea.
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Here’s to doing what we can and encouraging the hopeful spirit in all of us that inherently knows every being counts equally. Happy Friday friends 🌸