XR & 3D for Medical & Healthcare
We are an Australian creative studio that creates ‘XR’ content and applications for the medical and healthcare industry. We us the latest in 3D, VR, AR, MR & Scanning technologies to help organisations in this sector engage with new audiences.
XR for the Medical & Healthcare Industry
XR technologies have the potential to be a game changer for the medical and healthcare industry. Medical professionals can use virtual and augmented reality to simulate medical procedures and train staff in a safe and risk-free environment. This not only improves the quality of care for patients but also reduces medical errors. Patients can also benefit from the use of XR technology, such as virtual reality therapy for pain management or to simulate medical procedures, reducing anxiety and improving the overall experience. XR can also assist medical professionals in telemedicine, providing a more effective and efficient means of remote consultations and diagnosis. Overall, the integration of XR technology in the medical and healthcare sector can lead to better patient care, improved medical practices, and more efficient medical education and training.
Learn about the technologies we offer for Medical & Healthcare
We create health & medical VR applications that can help doctors and nurses train and learn procedures from remote locations in a zero risk environment.
Mobile based AR applications have a multitude of uses including helping healthcare and medical staff operate complex equipment and assist wayfinding for patients in hospitals.
The use of MR headsets such as the Hololens 2 is gaining more traction in the healthcare industry as it allows 'hands free' assisatance during medical procedures.
3D rendering for the healthcare industry can be used to visualise new medical equipment before it's manufactured and help with new proposed developments at hospitals.
3D web technology for the healthcare industry can be used to create 'metaverse' type environments to help onboarding of new staff plus helping visualise equipment configurations.
3D scanning and the creation of 3D virtual tours allows remote staff and the public to familiarise themselves with a healthcare space or location without the travel costs.