Simulation Brings North Korean Refugee Home Again

Virtual reality journalism can give news audiences a deeply intimate look at the hardships of refugees from war-torn countries such as Ukraine, Syria and South Sudan. But such technology could also give displaced refugees a virtual trip back to the hometowns that existed prior to the devastation of war.

A virtual driving simulation has helped one elderly North Korean man experience a trip to his home village after more than 68 years. Kim Gu-Hyeon (family name Kim) last visited his family

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