Immersive VR medical training with VLIPPmed

By May 26, 2017#3DGuyVRAppoftheweek

Google Cardboard South Africa

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This week’s #3DGuyVRappoftheweek is the 25th and final #3DGuyVRappoftheweek feature! It’s VLIPPmed, which uses 360º video or live streaming to educate medical professionals and students all over the world. This one has an age restriction of 18+.

Next week we start a new feature that will look at how brands and industries can use virtual reality (VR). #3DGuyVR

Taking medical education and training to the next level

This week’s #3DGuyVRappoftheweek, #VLIPPmed, takes medical education and training to the next level.

VLIPPmed is a global platform that uses virtual reality (VR) VR, 360º video or live streaming to educate medical professionals and students.

Immersive medical training

VLIPPmed gives healthcare professionals and students the opportunity to experience immersive medical training, on their phone, by medical experts – no matter where they are in the world.

Google Cardboard South Africa

It allows the viewer to virtually be in the operating theater during a surgery. It also offers multiple interactive tools which further enhances the feeling of immersion.

Varied content

It offers an extensive variety of surgeries and is a wonderful way to learn more about a specific medical procedure that you or someone you know may need to undergo. But be warned, some experiences may not be for the faint-hearted! The reason why it carries a 18+ age restriction!

Captivating surgeries

The surgeries are captivating and can be quite graphic! It is easy to see why this type of medical training can be so beneficial and effective. You feel like you are in a theatre room watching an actual surgery.

The app is free and you don’t need a special VR viewer to take part in this experience – you can use a Google Cardboard or a 3DGuy VR viewer! If you don’t have one, you can order your own 3DGuy viewer here.

I really enjoyed this app and found it very educational. Give it a try! You can download the Android app here.

Let me know what you think in the comments section below or on our Facebook or Twitter page.

I hope you’ve enjoyed all 25 apps and experiences that were featured each week. Check out #3DGuyVRappoftheweek blogs for all past 24 app features.

 

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