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How nonprofits use virtual reality to tackle real-world issues

You meander around the supermarket loading a basket with goods—breakfast tea, sugar, milk. Along the way, though, you become befuddled. You struggle to recall the items on the shopping list. When you arrive at checkout, you discover several items in the basket that you do not recall picking up. Then it comes time to pay the cashier and you can’t seem to count out the proper sum.

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“Most new technology is, of course, being driven by the younger generations. Those who have grown up with smartphones and apps expect technology to be easy, ready and always at their fingertips,” explains Joe Race, executive director of the Building Industry Association of Stark County. “These days, you can do a lot of things related to the home with your cellphone.”