Pediatric VR Training
Diagnosis: Hypovolaemic Shock.
In this interactive, hands-on VR training, the player takes on the role of a doctor who has to treat an infant. The diagnosis: Hypovolaemic Shock. During this training, the player has to manage their own tasks and movements, as well as the communication with the nurse. To ensure the maximum degree of immersion, the environment was modeled after the NICU room in the pediatric clinic in the AKH in Vienna.
In partnership with the Medical University of Vienna, we developed this interactive VR training for 6 degrees of freedom VR headsets. The framework for this training will also be used in future trainings. In this project, we focused on the implementation of a digital twin of the NICU room and the implementation of an interactive communication system with the nurse.
The user can move freely and interact with the patient and all the (medical) objects in a virtual space.
The virtual environment is a 1:1 representation of the NICU room at the medical university of Vienna. This guarantees the most immersive and realistic training experience.
Any actions the user takes have consequences on the outcome of the scenario.