FundamentalVR was pleased to be invited to participate in the Global Education & Skills Forum during March 2018. Exploring the latest trends in education, how technology will positively impact them and providing hands on experience with our VR simulation system, Fundamental Surgery. Young students exploring FundamentalSurgery. […]
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We were proud to take part in the London leg of the WeWork Creator Awards and make it down to the final five!
Listen to co-founder Chris Scattergood interviewed recently on the BBC World Service.
First Featured in Mashable 11/9/17: Ever wanted to hang out in the operating theatre to see a brain surgery with your own eyes? Then this immersive video is for you. The neurosurgical team at The Royal London Hospital have published the first 360 VR film showing a patient undergoing surgery […]
FundamentalVR was pleased to work with the neurosurgical team at The Royal London Hospital to create a world’s first! An immersive experience showcasing the treatment of life-threatening brain aneurysms. Read the full WIRED article here. http://www.wired.co.uk/article/vr-brain-surgery-nhs-london-watch-video-360
Delighted to scoop best use of New Technology and best HCP Education training with our FeelRealVR simulations with HiveHealth for Pacira Pharmaceuticals at the PM Society Digital Awards in London last night.
We are excited to announce that Fundamental has been shortlisted for “The Scale” Wework Creator Awards. We are looking forward to the final judging and showcase event on September 14th. Join us, you can book tickets here. #creatorawards
Example of Facebook Spaces in action. Shared, multi-person VR experience.
A great article from the Economist on the future direction and travel of healthcare provision. The article underlines the potential for improved patient outcomes through the use of systems such as our FeelRealVR haptic VR/MR training system which is creating flight simulators for surgery. Click here or the image below to read the full article.