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Replicating Reality in the Virtual World to Improve the Physical World

Bob Dyce (Co-Founder & Creative Director, Elara Systems)

Amy Hedrick (CEO, Cleanbox Technology)

Joanna Popper (Global Head of Virtual Reality for Location Based Entertainment, HP)

Justin Barad (CEO, Osso VR)

Location: Healthcare & Enterprise Stage

Date: Tuesday, October 15

Time: 3:00pm - 3:40pm

Topic: Healthcare

Format: Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

This session will focus on the impact virtual reality is having on the health and social care industry, looking at how immersive, realistic VR applications teach the next generation of healthcare professionals. Speakers will look at how training within VR yields better results and more engagement with users, citing experience and statistics to back up their findings, in order to minimise real life risk in the workplace and enhance a student's learning experience and retention.
Have the chance to speak to the front-runners in the healthcare training sector of virtual reality and see how it is quickly becoming one of the biggest and most rewarding sectors in virtual reality.

Takeaway

Attendees will hear and speak to the leading companies in the healthcare sector of virtual reality, hearing real statistics, feedback and experiences from the people creating immersive training experiences that literally save lives.

Intended Audience

All members of the virtual reality industry will benefit from this session, primarily those interested in healthcare and its opportunities. It will also be accessible for those learning about virtual reality and its application to real life.