We are very excited to invite you to the ‘Infusion Day’ Hackathon we have been working on with Roche Products Limited. We’re looking for 6 teams to develop solutions that could address the challenges facing healthcare today… do you think you have the ideas, innovation and creativity to compete and try to win £5,000 as a team?
Due to its effectiveness and expanding applications in psychiatry, VR is fast emerging as a new powerful tool in treating a range of anxiety disorders.
By visualizing 2D medical images in 3D, Virtual Reality (VR)/Augmented Reality (AR) software platforms are helping surgeons operate better.
Research shows that Virtual Reality-based Graded Exposure Therapy (GET) techniques can improve PTSD symptoms and associated disorders, indicating wider potential applications of Virtual Reality in psychotherapy.
By turning a smartphone into a virtual reality device, a group of developers and psychologists aim to help people overcome their deepest fears by clicking on an app.