A virtual reality training simulation for mass casualty incidents (MCI) provides the user with an immersive, interactive environment in order to improve their time management and decision-making skills.
The system was developed by Dr. Scott Smith, Dr. George Koutitas, and Professor Grayson Lawrence of Augmented Training Systems, who have been working on augmented and virtual reality training over the last decade across a spectrum of use cases from user experience design, psychological trauma management, and wearable technology integration.
Virtual reality training for complex emergency situations is increasingly necessary in the modern world, with more and more medical emergencies happening all over the globe. Triage VR offers a virtual environment where users are put into realistic scenarios like those they would face during an MCI to give them soft skills training that can translate back into the real-life physical world.
The innovative start triage virtual reality MCI training program is used to train individuals in emergency medical procedures by placing them into a simulated environment.
The realistic and immersive graphics, wounds, and animations allow for an immersive experience with lifelike realism. The highly detailed solutions can be completed anywhere without setup time required and the full range of realistic injuries make this perfect for anyone wanting to get a head start on this technique of treatment.