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Stress Relief AR

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The technique of combining virtual graphics in real time with a camera feed is known as augmented reality. Many are familiar with augmented reality through the first down markers and the strike zone graphics used in professional sports, but it was originally developed as an interface for robotic surgery. DDA, the parent company for AugmentedReality.health, is a leading software developer with a long list of satisfied repeat clients in medicine and healthcare.

As a specialist in VMS, or virtual medical simulations, DDA has also pioneered the effort to bring augmented reality into fruition, having launched its first AR project back in 2009. The advent of ARKit and ARCore, Apple and Android's new AR development platforms, makes this an ideal time to create cutting edge applications for all types of interests and activities. In response, DDA founded AugmentedReality.health, a leading full-service interactive multimedia developer that focuses on the design and development of augmented reality applications. Stress Relief AR is a concept for a medical application that patients can use during surgery to relieve the stress that is common during procedures involving local anesthetic.

Need

The Stress Relief AR app will be used during protracted testing periods and surgical procedures with a local anesthetic. Using a smartphone or tablet, Stress Relief AR can be programmed to introduce 3D characters into the scene, either to explain what is happening, or to engage the patient in ways to stay focused elsewhere. An avatar can soothe a patient with information about the surgery in the form of a doctor, a cartoon character, or a menu of options that make the experience diverting. Patients can receive real-time data to describe each step in the procedure, or, alternatively, ways to distract from the procedure with a guided experience.

Benefit

Stress Relief AR represents a new phase in the development of AR for the medical industry, proving that augmented reality will benefit the practice of medicine and enhance activities across the spectrum of healthcare, from surgery, to therapy, to telemedicine.

Concept

The Stress Relief AR app will be used during protracted testing periods and surgical procedures with a local anesthetic. Using a smartphone or tablet, Stress Relief AR can be programmed to introduce 3D characters into the scene, either to explain what is happening, or to engage the patient in ways to stay focused elsewhere. An avatar can soothe a patient with information about the surgery in the form of a doctor, a cartoon character, or a menu of options that make the experience diverting. Patients can receive real time data to describe each step in the procedure, or, alternatively, ways to distract from the procedure with a guided experience.

In a pain management context, Stress Relief AR can be used to offer visual reminders when pain flares up and to introduce the therapeutic steps to relieve it. Users can quickly access the app, and Stress Relief AR will offer the preprogrammed steps they need to alleviate the pain. This may include audio prompts from an avatar, or exercises designed for their particular pain problem. 3D photorealistic graphics allow for visualizations to focus attention away from pain, and floating text can appear to caption scanned areas of the body. 2D games and puzzles can also be provided to distract and focus away from pain, and operational arrows and diagrams over scanned areas provided immediate guidance through pain management exercises, and more.

About AugmentedReality.health

AugmentedReality.health 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. Located just outside Philadelphia, its team of professional designers, programmers, and multimedia specialists has developed one of the most comprehensive skill sets of any medical software development company anywhere. AugmentedReality.health handles every aspect of the project in house, and does not use third-party subcontractors. By keeping full control of the project, AugmentedReality.health ensures complete communication with the client during the process. This logical and iterative approach results in a fully integrated and tested product that performs flawlessly across every platform to every device. Whether it involves continuing medical education (CME) and other eLearning platforms, videos, animations, mobile apps, or more, AugmentedReality.health will meet and exceed your expectations. To learn more about Stress Relief AR and the future of augmented reality for healthcare, contact AugmentedReality.health today.

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