Video-Calling ‘Owl’ Helps Opioid Addicts In US

Mental health experts in West Virginia, US, are turning to a video-calling “owl” to run opioid treatment sessions.

Story by BBC News

The owl-shaped camera automatically focuses on the person speaking but also captures a panoramic view of everyone in the room.

Staff said the technology lets them run group therapy sessions and treat former opioid addicts.

It also helps them reach patients who live far away from treatment centres in the sparsely populated state.

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