Virtual reality used to help design buildings for people with dementia
A Scottish architect has helped pioneer a virtual reality guide to designing buildings for people living with dementia.
Charities say more than 90,000 people in Scotland currently have dementia.
It's hoped that allowing architects to "virtually" attain a dementia patient's point of view will mean more sympathetic designs. Aileen Clarke reports.
21 Feb 2017
- From the section Scotland