I Experience VR

Transforming the lives of terminally ill patients with virtual reality

Our I Experience VR project aims to give patients whose lives have become restricted due to their illness an opportunity to ‘see the world’ from the comfort of their chair or bed. By wearing a VR headset you’re not just watching a film, you are a part of it.

Reducing anxiety and stress in patients is a challenge which most healthcare organisations face. Giving patients access to our specially commissioned therapeutic films help to relieve some of this stress and anxiety.

I Experience VR can provide relaxation, calmness and provoke heart-warming conversations. They’re also a great way for healthcare professionals to engage with patients and their families in a different way.

Find out more about how VR benefits our patients here.

LOROS has currently commissioned four films:

  • Bradgate Park, a local park in Leicester
  • A beach scene filmed at the Gower Peninsular in Wales
  • Chatsworth House – a spectacular 16th century stately home in the Peak District
  • LOROS Hospice tour – aimed at giving people a feel for the Hospice before they come and visit

LOROS has been gifted a selection of films:

Wildlife documentaries:

  • Cairngorms
  • Beavers and Bagpipes
A poem experience:
  • Bluebell forest

For more information about the project read our I Experience VR brochure.

Interested in joining our partnership consortium?
If you are a Hospice or Care Home click here
Interested in becoming a corporate partner? Click here

Find out about our groundbreaking I Experience VR competition here.