VR Bone Fracture Reduction Healthcare Simulation

This immersive healthcare simulation learners enter an operating room, where they are responsible for making incisions, spreading muscle tissue to expose the fracture, reducing the fracture, placing a metal plate, drilling in screws, and finally stapling and cleaning the wound.

VR for Immersive Medical Training

The VR Bone Fracture Reduction for Envision Experiences immerses learners in an operating room, where they are responsible for making incisions, spreading muscle tissue to expose the fracture, reducing the fracture, placing a metal plate, drilling in screws, and finally stapling and cleaning the wound.

An animated virtual ‘non-player character’ or NPC surgeon assists and guides learners through the experience, providing step by step narration.  An NPC anesthetist is also present in the room, monitoring the patient’s vitals throughout the procedure. To achieve lifelike movement for these NPC’s, we utilized state-of-the-art motion capture of professional actors.

This application also features a multiplayer mode, enabling up to 3 learners or an instructor to join learners to collaborate on the procedure.

 

“With Arch Virtual, we were able to mimic the operating room environment and allow students to feel what it’s like to be in that theater. Virtual Reality represents a unique and compelling way to expose students to places and events they couldn’t otherwise experience.“

Dr. Jan Sikorsky

VP Product Innovation, Envision Experience

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