Whether you have a PlayStation VR, an HTC Vive, or an Oculus Rift, you'll find a wide range of virtual reality games for kids, including sports, puzzles, and adventure. Learn more about virtual reality devices (or dive into action, adventure, or sports games without VR).
If you're eager to learn more about VR and its impact on kids, stay tuned for our research report VR 101: What You Need to Know About Virtual Reality and How It Affects Kids. And for a comprehensive look at virtual reality, check out the new book by our research partner Jeremy Bailenson. As the founding director of Stanford University's Virtual Human Interaction Lab, Bailenson explains in Experience on Demand: What Virtual Reality Is, How It Works and What It Can Do how VR can generate experiences that kids' brains interpret as real, unlocking new possibilities in how they will learn and communicate.