Author: Brian Chau, MD
A Phoenix-area hospital, Banner Health University, is launching a pilot program for using virtual reality in the delivery room.
The SmartPuck is an intelligent, iPhone-connect socket vacuum options for lower limb joint sockets in artificial limbs.
The Blurred Minds app takes users into a virtual reality house party, helping them learn about making responsible choices.
The Royal Society’s annual Summer Science Exhibition is featuring an innovative take on virtual reality (VR) this year – using VR to study the elaborate structure of the genome. Designed through a collaboration between the University of London and Universita di Napoli, the project’s stated goal is to better under underlying genetic causes leading to […]
Australian researchers recently published the results of a study looking at use of virtual reality to aide sedation during procedures.
University of Birmingham developers have created a virtual reality cycling experience to deliver physical therapy to ICU patients.
A recent study compared prosthetics made with traditional casting to 3D printed prosthetics made using scans of patients’ limbs.
OvidVR is using virtual reality for surgical training with Ovid-Total Knee Arthroplasty and Ovid-Total Hip Arthroplasty VR simulations.
Clinicians from UMD Shock Trauma are working with the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies to integrate augmented reality into practice and education.
An Australian hospital, tech start up, and local zoo partner to deliver a virtual reality experience that eases anxiety, pain.
Clinicians describe how data from a Fitbit, brought to the clinic by their patient, helped manage a difficult medical problem.
A group of Finnish researchers are developing a virtual reality app to help seniors preserve cognition using simulating physical activity.
A team of high school students developed a virtual reality app to help diagnose ADHD, presenting their work at a New York hack-a-thon.
The Joy app uses a Google Daydream system to immerse inpatients in a virtual reality environment, particularly patients who are bed bound.
A Chinese rehabilitation center is developing a program to use virtual reality to help treat drug addiction.
The Davis Global Center will use a holographic theater, quarantine simulation center, and other virtual reality and augmented reality gear for clinician training.
We talked to Ryan Ribeira MD, the CEO of SimX – a startup that is bringing virtual reality and augmented reality to medical training in an innovative new way.
Researchers recently presented the results of an initial study of 20 patients using the SCI Health Storylines rehabilitation app.
This health focused virtual reality space will be furnished with Samsung gear to give kids virtual reality experiences.
A recent pilot study used virtual reality to help treat patients with advanced dementia, showing encouraging results.