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Virtual reality experience Arachnophobia is an application aimed at helping people overcome “irrational fears” of extremely venomous and aggressive spiders. After playing for five minutes, I’ve decided to hang on to my fear a bit longer.
Arachnophobia, released on Steam earlier this week by IgnisVR, wants to help me overcome my fear.
Arachnophobia is a VR application within the field of health and psychology, a ‘self-controlled’ virtual reality exposure therapy session where you gradually expose yourself to spiders.
If you go to your library and select a non-VR game, you are told to “launch in Theater” rather than to play it in VR. Once the game launches, you can play on a large, impressive floating screen in the middle of a rather plain space.