XRDC 2018 Session Scheduler

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Digital Medicine: What's Different About XR for Health?

Noah Falstein (President, The Inspiracy)

Sarah Hill (CEO, Healium)

Josh Sackman (President, AppliedVR)

Carrie Shaw (CEO, Embodied Labs)

Sophia Batchelor (Student, UC Berkeley)

Location: California East, Second Floor, Tower Building

Date: Tuesday, October 30

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

Pass Type: XRDC Pass - Get your pass now!

Track: Healthcare

Format: Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

This panel discussion brings together leaders from the forefront of this thriving subset of VR and AR applications. You'll hear about such diverse areas as treating chronic pain, improving mood with neurofeedback, training caregivers in virtual environments, and more. XR for Health has certain advantages over entertainment or business applications, but also its own set of challenges. The panel will focus on what health applications share with each other, as well as how they differ from each other and other kinds of XR. The panelists will delve into technical, creative, business, and medical issues.

Takeaway

Attendees will gain insight into a range of very different applications of XR in health care. Health care provides both advantages and challenges in the use of XR, and these will be explored by the panelists.

Intended Audience

Anyone curious about different approaches to XR and health will find this useful, no prior knowledge of specific health care issues will be needed.