Eye Therapy AR
Augmented reality was developed to add a method for surgeons to acquire real-time data in a seamless and immediate interface. Combining virtual graphics with a camera view, augmented reality layers information directly into a user's unique perspective, facilitating a surgeon's experience. The introduction of Apple and Android's new AR development platforms, named ARKit and ARCore respectively, opens up the opportunity to develop AR applications that can reach anyone with a smartphone or tablet. Developers and entrepreneurs can now create augmented reality applications to serve all kinds of businesses and industries, and apps can be customized for specific industries to create new methods for work, play, and exercise.
As a leader in augmented reality, AugmentedReality.health is a full-service interactive multimedia developer that focuses on the design and development of augmented reality applications. They have extensive experience with VMS, or virtual medical simulations, and a long list of satisfied repeat clients in the medical and health care industries. Eye Therapy AR is one of the medical augmented reality concepts the company invites you to consider for development and implementation.
Eye care is a large industry with a large pool of potential interest. Eye Therapy AR takes some of the most recent understanding of eye function and guides users through a program that layers images and diagnostic tools into an augmented reality app to aid patients and their doctors.
Eye Therapy AR has the potential to offer a new generation of users a way to evaluate, exercise, and diagnose their eyes. Developers can find more ways to combine the features and capabilities of AR with the needs of the medical and health care industry, and help usher in a new era of telemedicine.
Users can access Eye Therapy AR on their smartphone or tablet. By using their camera, they can scan their eyes for analysis. Eye Therapy AR can guide you through a series of eye exercises to strengthen your focus and the supporting musculature around the eyes, and to test and improve visual acuity. Blinking exercises improve focus, the figure eight improves flexibility, and near and far focusing works on the muscles. Eye Therapy AR allows you to use zooming, where the focus changes from near-to-far and vice versa, and around the world exercises can be done in an immersive AR format. Sitting in a comfortable position, the camera view can offer virtual markers as points of focus to look down, look up, to the right and left, and eyeball rotation exercises. Eye Therapy AR offers an immersive experience with real-time graphics, floating text labels, diagrams, and statistical data that layer over your view. Session data can be stored and sent to a medical professional for evaluation when desired. Stored scans can be compared over time to measure lapses or progress in patient vision.
AugmentedReality.health was formed by its parent company, DDA, to respond to the advent of widespread availability and access through smartphone and tablet applications. With its first augmented reality application in 2009, and 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, AugmentedReality.health has established itself as an industry leader. A team of professional designers, programmers, and multimedia specialists employs a logical and iterative approach to software development.
By maintaining a comprehensive skill set, AugmentedReality.health can handle every aspect of the project in house, without the use of third-party subcontractors. Keeping full control of the project ensures complete communication with the client during the process, and results in a fully integrated and tested product that performs flawlessly across every platform to every device. From continuing medical education (CME) and other eLearning platforms to videos, animations, mobile apps, and more, AugmentedReality.health is ready to meet and exceed your expectations. Learn more about Eye Therapy AR and take advantage of the benefits and features of augmented reality; contact AugmentedReality.health today.