AR Simulators coming soon

We have a long-term plan to expand our simulator library. We most often collaborate with industry experts to build the simulators and then fine-tune them until we receive positive feedback from a panel of students and instructors. The following are the simulators currently in Beta, which should be available within the next two months.

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Stethoscope in AR

Stethoscope in AR

Our simulator allows students to practice auscultation of the heart and lungs on a realistic character in Augmented Reality.

They will become familiar with the normal sounds and those of the main pathologies. After each auscultation, they are invited to make their diagnosis.

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Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring

This AR simulator is a perfect digital twin of a physical patient monitor. It reacts to hundreds of physiological variables, exactly like a real monitor. It helps students understand how to interpret the data by being exposed to countless situations that may take years to encounter in real life.

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'Room of horrors'

'Room of horrors'

The 'Room of Horrors' recreates a 3D hospital room in great detail. Medical errors and risks are scattered throughout, and students are expected to identify them.

This method raises awareness in a fun way, while encouraging problem-solving. Unlike learning using a theory-based approach, the hazards of everyday clinical life can be experienced hands-on in the Room of Horrors.

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Stethoscope in AR

Stethoscope in AR

Our simulator allows students to practice auscultation of the heart and lungs on a realistic character in Augmented Reality.

They will become familiar with the normal sounds and those of the main pathologies. After each auscultation, they are invited to make their diagnosis.

Read more →
Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring

This AR simulator is a perfect digital twin of a physical patient monitor. It reacts to hundreds of physiological variables, exactly like a real monitor. It helps students understand how to interpret the data by being exposed to countless situations that may take years to encounter in real life.

Read more →
'Room of horrors'

'Room of horrors'

The 'Room of Horrors' recreates a 3D hospital room in great detail. Medical errors and risks are scattered throughout, and students are expected to identify them.

This method raises awareness in a fun way, while encouraging problem-solving. Unlike learning using a theory-based approach, the hazards of everyday clinical life can be experienced hands-on in the Room of Horrors.

Read more →

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