Visual simulation combined with force-feedback technology, allows audiences to become enveloped in cutting-edge environments to enhance their awareness. Virtual reality allows users to become more knowledgeable by putting them directly into a real-time story around and even allowing them to take virtual risks in order to gain real-world experience.
Surgeons can train with both visual and physical feedback in a risk-free environment to practice life-saving procedures. Beyond surgery, VR is a cost-effective, safe and engaging method for clinical education and training. VR provides tremendous value by giving users the the ability to understand equipment functionality to patient interactions in a far more immersive and realistic environment than what traditional videos and print-collateral offer.