Using XR to Save Lives

XR Medical Healthcare Educators in VR


Learn best practices for how XR training simulations for emergency and healthcare training can save lives and explore non-linear learning design, research outcomes, and best practices and the future of XR training with the team from i3 Simulations team and Resuscitation VR, part of the curriculum of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and 70+ international medical institutions.

TJ Matthews, Research Engineer, AiSolve, is a Doctoral Student with the Centre for Digital Entertainment at Bournemouth University focused VR training simulations, expanding functionalities & exploring adoption of VR as a curriculum standard. He's worked on i3 Simulations’ Resuscitation VR platform for many years, researching the intersection of usability and immersion in improving VR training praxis for Healthcare.

Tom Dolby, Chief Technology Officer, i3 Simulations, specialises in design & development of mobile, PC, AR and VR interactive applications for over ten years, working on computer-based simulations for training and education in a range of sectors. VR simulations for healthcare has been his primary focus.

Roberto Di Nuzzo, Head of Business Development, AiSolve, MBA, has over 15 years of experience working in projects and business analysis in different functions like finance, logistics and marketing in a variety of sectors like FMCG, Consumer Electronics and Telecoms, for global corporate multi-cultural companies.

Educators in VR's Medical and Healthcare Project Team members engage healthcare practitioners, managers and subject matter experts, who are actively applying immersive technologies to advance patient care and improve access, delivery and management of healthcare services.

Educators in VR is dedicated to integrating VR, AR, and XR into education and business.


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