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Transporting air passengers to a virtual reality world

8 February 2014 Last updated at 09:34 GMT

Turbulence, limited leg room and upset children are just some of the stresses of air travel being tackled by scientists from the University of Nottingham using virtual reality.

The new technology means passengers could be distracted by feeling as if they have been transported to an idyllic location.

Mike O'Sullivan reports.

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