PCR Training AR
Augmented reality is an immersive and interactive computer interface with the capability to layer in real-time, dynamically responsive virtual graphics onto a user's camera view to enrich and enhance a customized experience. Initially developed to address the needs of surgeons during robotic surgery, augmented reality is increasingly incorporated into more types of activities and industries. The recent introduction of ARKit and ARCore, Apple and Android's respective new AR development platforms, has opened up opportunities for entrepreneurs and software developers to create innovative augmented reality applications for anyone with a smartphone or tablet.
As a leading developer of augmented reality applications, AugmentedReality.health has a specific focus on AR apps for the medical community. In response to the advent of ARKit and ARCore, AugmentedReality.health has a number of new medical augmented reality concepts they believe will have immediate practical value for the healthcare industry. PCR Training AR provides training and support for the use of advanced PCR equipment in a certified training program.
Augmented reality excels in instrument training concepts. Because of its use in robotic surgery, the emphasis was focused on the development of an interface that would facilitate communication without the operator removing his eyes from the worksite to acquire information. This requirement also facilitates training and instruction for a wide range of equipment, including advanced medical equipment such as the quantitative PCR. DNA research has been advanced by the advent of the qualitative PCR instrument, and PCR Training AR will be used in conjunction with PCR training programs to accelerate training with the use of AR capabilities. Online PCR training programs have emerged to train a new generation of technicians, and PCR Training AR will offer an ideal platform for delivering detailed instruction in a hands-on format.
DNA sampling is a growth industry, and training programs for technicians are emerging to address the demand. PCR Training AR will benefit the online community and its expanding pool of trainees in this field, and offer precise valuable instruction in a forward-thinking augmented reality format.
A qPCR is a thermocycler that heats up and cools down a sample at precise temperatures to obtain optimized data. The use of a qualitative PCR machine is part of an overall qPCR technical workflow. PCR Training AR can be used to guide trainees through the entire workflow process and provide real-time instruction with virtual graphics when they are needed. Both RNA and DNA extraction is carried out after the initial sample is taken, and follows two independent courses. The RNA extraction is followed by a DNase treatment and reverse transcription process. Successive transcription cycles double the available sample material and is known as DNA amplification. Sample quantities are measured after each cycle. By incorporating spectrofluorometry, it is possible to obtain real-time measurements during each reverse transcription cycle. RNA and DNA extractions are then both fed into the qPCR instrument for data analysis. PCR Training AR will employ operational graphics to provide training for the extraction process, with dynamic labels for the tools, and arrows and vectors for the extraction procedure. PCR Training AR will also be used to assist trainees in the interpretation of data with additional diagrammatic graphics, as well as the step-by-step details needed for operating the qPCR machine.
AugmentedReality.health was created by its parent company, DDA Medical, as a full-service interactive multimedia company with a specific focus on the design and development of augmented reality applications. With significant contributions in nearly all forms of digital interactive multimedia design and development, DDA Medical garnered Tabby Awards in both 2012 and 2014 for two of its own original tablet applications. AugmentedReality.health launched its first augmented reality application in 2009, and look forward to the many exciting development challenges ahead.
By employing a comprehensive skill set in software development, AugmentedReality.health is able to complete all project components in house, without the use of third-party contractors. Maintaining full control of the project allows AugmentedReality.health to work closely with their clients during every phase of the process, with results that perform flawlessly and exceed client expectations. Whether the project requires continuing medical education (CME) and other eLearning platforms to videos, animations, mobile apps, and more, AugmentedReality.health's team of experienced professional designers, programmers, and multimedia specialists is ready to take on the challenge. Take advantage of the advanced capabilities of augmented reality and learn more about PCR Training AR app. Contact AugmentedReality.health today.