Disaster Relief AR
Initially developed as a method for surgeons to acquire real time data in a seamless and immediate interface, augmented reality is now poised to have a major impact on the rest of the medical profession. Apple and Android have recently launched their new AR development platforms, named ARKit and ARCore respectively, opening up the opportunity for developers and entrepreneurs to create AR applications for a much wider audience. Now anyone with a smartphone or tablet can experience augmented reality applications, combining virtual graphics with a camera view to layer information directly into a user's unique perspective.
AugmentedReality.health is a full-service interactive multimedia developer that focuses on the design and development of augmented reality applications. With award-winning experience, AugmentedReality.health is ideally placed to take innovative ideas and implement them precisely and cost effectively. With extensive experience in VMS, or virtual medical simulation, and a long list of satisfied repeat clients in the medical and healthcare industries, AugmentedReality.health is ready to guide you through the augmented reality landscape. Disaster Relief AR is a concept that answers real needs and offers real value for augmented reality medical applications for the health-care community.
Medical knowledge is vital in emergencies, and real time communication tools during a crisis can save lives. Disaster Relief AR can provide a memorable immersive training experience to prepare for disasters, and supply users with vital data during a disaster in order to find shelter, provide first aid, and weather the challenges until the event is over.
Disaster Relief AR has the potential to offer users a way to prepare for a disaster, and arm themselves with tools that can help guide them to safety. The augmented reality interface reduces the reaction time between information acquisition and response in a time-critical environment, and allows users to engage in disaster relief with a calm and measured information tool.
Disaster Relief AR is an augmented reality app that trains users to undertake the emergency response system in a number of different scenarios. Accessing the interface on the smartphone or tablet allows users to select a disaster scenario, whether it includes a fire, earthquake, hurricane, chemical event, or something else. Avatars will be distributed in a user's local environment, with appropriate effects to simulate the disaster. The user will scan each avatar, and a set of floating text instructions will appear. Operational graphics such as arrows and diagrams provide real-time data to aid in decision making and the swift and decisive activation of the emergency response system.
In a real-world format, during a disaster type event, a user can scan individuals in their immediate area, obtain first aid information, and carry out first aid procedures with real-time guidance. Users can range from trained EMTs and laymen who may wish to train for the future, to individuals who need to scan an environment in emergency conditions for detailed guidance, whether it involves administering first aid, foraging for food, seeking shelter, or other support.
AugmentedReality.health was formed by its parent company, DDA, in response to the advent of widespread availability and access through smartphone and tablet applications. DDA launched its first augmented reality application in 2009, and garnered Tabby Awards in both 2012 and 2014 for two of its own original tablet applications, in addition to multiple awards for interactive web design and search engine marketing. The company's experienced team of professional designers, programmers, and multimedia specialists have established one of the most comprehensive skill sets of any software development company anywhere, with significant contributions in nearly all forms of digital interactive multimedia design and development.
AugmentedReality.health keeps all of the project work in house, without the use of third-party subcontractors. By using a logical and iterative approach, and keeping full control of the project, AugmentedReality.health ensures complete communication with the client during the process, and fully integrated results that perform flawlessly across every platform to every device. Whether your project involves continuing medical education (CME) and other eLearning platforms to videos, animations, mobile apps, and more, AugmentedReality.health is ready to exceed your expectations. Contact AugmentedReality.health today to learn more about Disaster Relief AR, and how your business can take advantage of the benefits and features of augmented reality.