FUNDAMENTAL SURGERY ACHIEVES CME ACCREDITATION

The launch of @HomeVR compliments the gold standard education capabilities of the HapticVRTM modality and expands the platform to provide even more flexible and cost-effective learning opportunities. A single user login ensures a ubiquitous experience with the same high-fidelity graphics, education content, and data tracking capabilities across each modality. It is a significant advance for medical education and fuses Cutaneous (tactile vibration) and Kinesthetics (force feedback & position) haptic technologies in a single platform, optimized for different stages of the learning process.

FS LAUNCHES @HOMEVR

Practice and learn whenever, wherever and however you want. Our Fundamental Surgery platform is now available on the Oculus Quest as well as our HapticVR system.

Peter Rainger, Chief Learning Officer shares his thoughts on the value of remote learning, especially in these times of crisis.’

REMOTE AND ONLINE MEDICAL/SURGICAL TRAINING: THE NEW ‘NORMAL’

We now have the technology, the tools and the teaching practices in Fundamental Surgery to make a real difference today and it’s now time for national bodies and residency programs to bring simulations in the daily life of trainees so that we can all help drive better patient outcomes.

FUNDAMENTALVR WITH BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT ARAB HEALTH

FUNDAMENTALVR WITH BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT ARAB HEALTH

FUNDAMENTALVR WITH BRITISH AMBASSADOR AT ARAB HEALTH

Fundamental Surgery Achieves Accreditation from AAOS

Fundamental Surgery Achieves CME Accreditation from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons for VR Total Knee Arthroplasty Simulation

Orbis, in collaboration with FundamentalVR, is developing a training platform for ophthalmology students to practice procedures without a professor present, on what feels like actual human tissue.

Orbis, in collaboration with FundamentalVR, is developing a training platform for ophthalmology students to practice procedures without a professor present, on what feels like actual human tissue. It is the world’s first-ever technology of its kind to use low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware, available at a fraction of the cost of existing surgical simulators. The platform will benefit doctors in places where previous simulators were too big or expensive to be deployed, enhancing the quality of ophthalmology practice globally.

FUNDAMENTALVR DEVELOPING FIRST-EVER TRAINING PLATFORM FOR OPHTHALMOLOGY WITH EYE CHARITY ORBIS

Orbis, in collaboration with FundamentalVR, is developing a training platform for ophthalmology students to practice procedures without a professor present, on what feels like actual human tissue.