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The Stanford CHARIOT Program: Clinical Applications of Immersive Technologies in Pediatric Medicine

Samuel Rodriguez (Physician, Stanford University School of Medicine)

Thomas Caruso (Physician, Stanford University School of Medicine)

Location: Elizabethan B, Second Floor, Tower Building

Date: Monday, October 29

Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm

Pass Type: XRDC Pass - Get your pass now!

Track: Healthcare

Format: Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

The Stanford CHARIOT Program is one of the largest clinical immersive technology programs in the world. They have used AR and VR to treat thousands of pediatric patients and are constantly exploring new ways to bring these technologies into the clinical environment. Using examples from real patients, this session will discuss the current state of AR/VR in pediatric care and offer critical insight into the unique challenges of designing for the healthcare environment.


Attendees will gain a better appreciation for how AR/VR solutions can benefit pediatric patients as well as insight into design considerations for the healthcare environment.

Intended Audience

The intended audience is anyone interested in learning more about how AR/VR is currently being used in clinical practice for pediatric patients. The presentation will give insight into the specific considerations that all software and hardware developers should take into consideration when designing for clinical healthcare situations.