Medical Realities is an innovative group offering medical training products, specializing in virtual reality, augmented reality and serious games. By using consumer-level virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Rift, Medical Realities can reduce the cost of training, reach a wider audience & provide a completely safe learning environment for medical students.
Combining 360 video, 3D and interactive content, The Virtual Surgeon™ puts you inside the operating theatre overseeing an operation through the eyes of the consultant surgeon. The learning program was developed for head mounted displays such as the Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR.
Medical Realities is a healthcare company using virtual reality, augmented reality and serious games to change the way people look at medical training.
Surgical simulation and virtual reality are the new tools being . The 360-degree view that Medical Realities live-streamed of a cancer …can all be part of new technology for a Virtual Surgeon.
On 14 April, Ahmed – a surgeon, cancer specialist, and co-founder of virtual and augmented reality firm Medical Realities – is cut off a tumour from the colon of a London man in his 70s. That’s a routine operation with no particular risk attached. But unlike any other operation, when Ahmed and his team removed the cancer, a 360-degree camera rig mounted over the operating table captured the doctors’ every movement in 4K and livestreamed it globally in VR.
Join the surgeon for the worlds first 360 degree immerse operating theatre experience.
Enter the theatre on April 14th and be part of the first virtual reality operation. Using Google Cardboard and your own phone you can join Medical Realities during this głobal educational experience.
World class education will be available to anyone across the world as we stream in 360 degree high-definition from within a surgical theatre in this world first. Members of the public, students and surgeons alike can view the surgery on their own devices, and through the use of Google Cardboard entirely immerse themselves in the operating environment.