Stayhealthy, a Californian company, has chosen to use AR to help children to better know their own body and health. With the application “Color Quest: an Art Adventure” they allow allow children to understand many things by gaming! The company has spent the last twenty years aggressively pursuing science-based research to define the best way to use advanced technologies to give people a better understanding of their own personal healthcare. With a new generation of…"Augmented Reality Positioned to Disrupt Children’s Health"
Presented at last Bio Asia 2019, the “Virtual Raasta” is a VR production house based in Hyderabad (India). Since the event, this company has produced healthcare dedicated content in VR, AR and 360° videos. This is a great example of the development of this market in India, maybe one of the biggest market in asia. It has created a virtual view of the complete human anatomy, which can be used for education purposes where students…"Hyderabad’s “Virtual Raasta” Showcases VR-Based Solutions For Healthcare Domain Services"
“Nano Simbox” is a application to discover molecular and atomic scale of matter. It’s design to be immersive, fully interactive and collaborative. As Dr. David Glowacki said, this application show the motion of each particles and allow you to “feel” hidden electrical interactions, or more precisely to explore many different configurations of atoms with your hands. It’s very efficient for education but also for researchers to find new components. Having a sense of the invisible…"How virtual reality can change the way we see our molecular world"
As you may known, 3D cell environments are very relevant to test drugs as its mimic human body much more precisely than 2D experiments (It’s why we develop BIOMIMESYS® in HCS Pharma). But to understand drugs action and efficacy you also need 3D visualization tools. In this article, you will discover how a team from UNSW Medicine and Children’s Cancer Institute use immersive devices to explore data. They can literally “walk” inside tumors to see…"Virtual reality allows multiple scientists to ‘walk’ through cancer cells"
Créer en 2015, la société Revinax propose un outil de formation des chirurgiens en réalité virtuel, immédiatement tourné vers la pratique. Sous forme de “tutoriels” l’utilisateur se retrouve à la place du chirurgien et peut apprendre au revoir un acte comme s’il était sur place. L’équipement matériel nécessaire à Révinax est pensé pour être le plus léger possible et peut donc être utiliser partout. Lauréate dans la catégorie “santé” du Prix innovation mutuelle, la startup…"Revinax : la réalité virtuelle pour former aux gestes chirurgicaux"
What if medical students could project bear-sized holographic brains in their dorm rooms when studying for an anatomy exam? What if surgeons could use those holograms to prepare for complex surgeries or even support the operations themselves? HoloLens appears to be the platform for the medical application of mixed reality, so I was curious how […] Source: Mixed Reality in Healthcare – The HoloLens Review – The Medical Futurist"Mixed Reality in Healthcare by The Medical Futurist"