There is a new use case for older VR users to deal with death. This is a relatively new field, but there is a growing interest in using virtual reality (VR) technology to help people process and cope with grief.
One potential use case is to create a safe, comfortable virtual space for the user to explore their emotions and confront the loss of a loved one. This could be done through a variety of different activities, such as visiting a virtual memorial or speaking with a digital avatar of a deceased loved one.
Additionally, using VR can provide a sense of comfort and security as the user engages in activities that are otherwise difficult to do in real life, such as visiting a cemetery. These virtual experiences can help people to process and accept their feelings of loss and grief, and to ultimately move forward in life.