Improved retention, better outcomes
Virtual reality immerses users into real life, stress-inducing environments and clinical case scenarios that can’t be replicated with traditional education, training and assessments. The result? Graduates who are better trained, more confident and have higher pass rates.
VR engages the senses, emotions and cogmitive functions of the brain, tapping into the most powerful aspects of retention.
VR-based teaching makes abstract content more concrete and easier to understand.
Those trained with VR are able to perform procedures more accurately, confidently and with less mistakes.