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Reducept

Reducept has developed an end-to-end pain education and management program for healthcare professionals, supporting the treatment of chronic pain patients with virtual reality training. The Reducept Method is a non-invasive digital treatment aimed at reducing chronic pain. Its uniqueness lies in gamifying evidence-based treatment techniques, immersion through the visual gamelike VR and mobile experiences, working …

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Oncomfort

Oncomfort has developed a digital sedation solution for relieving patients’ pain and anxiety before, during and after medical procedures. Called SedaKit, it combines clinical hypnotherapy and integrative therapeutic techniques through Virtual Reality. The VR-enabled digital therapy modules are available in 12 different languages and are intended for patients age six or more. According to the …

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Tobii

Tobii is the global leader in eye tracking. One of its divisions, Tobii Tech, provides this technology to a wide range of OEM customers and partners for incorporation into a variety of product offerings to create products that understand users. In mass-market products such as computers, VR and AR-headsets the technology contributes to more intuitive …

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Proximie

Founded by an NHS surgeon, Proximie aims to revolutionize the way surgeons work and educate through augmented reality guidance. Its secure, perioperative software solution expands surgical collaboration by enabling surgeons to share expertise using AR tools before, during and after surgery. Bringing together experts remotely, Proximie “pushes the boundaries of time and distance” for real …

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Pixee Medical

Founded in 2017, Pixee Medical is developing what it calls a new generation of computer-assisted surgery tools using artificial intelligence and mixed reality technologies. Its CE Mark-cleared orthopedic navigation system, called Knee+, uses a pair of smart glasses (Vuzix M400) for navigating prostheses without percutaneous bone reference, nor associated consumables. Pixee’s dedicated instrumentation automatically transfers …

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GiveVision

GiveVision provides innovative accessibility solutions to empower blind and visually impaired people into mainstream society, education, and employment, and to inspire increased social inclusion and ultimately equal opportunities for blind and visually impaired people. The company’s flagship product, SightPlus, is a wearable headset that can be used to magnify close-up or far-away objects, change the …

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Envision

Envision is a software platform that enables people with visual impairment to live more independently. With Envision, visually impaired users can shop in supermarkets, use public transport, read menu cards in restaurants, recognize their friends, find their belongings and so much more — all on their own. The company’s software processes the images taken by …

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Lynx

Lynx is developing what it says is the world’s first mixed reality headset powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR2 platform. Called Lynx-R1, it is a passthrough AR/VR wearable with dual 1600 x 1600 pixel displays and 90 degrees field of view, resulting in 18 pixels per degree, and a four-fold catadioptric freeform prism serving as the …

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Oxford Medical Simulation

Oxford Medical Simulation delivers virtual reality medical simulation — training healthcare professionals to provide consistently world-class patient management without risking lives. The company has developed fast-paced, repeatable, real-life scenarios that can deliver consistently excellent, standardized clinical training to doctors and nurses to improve patient care. Using the latest virtual reality headsets, learners are immersed in …

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FitXR

FitXR aims to rewrite the rules of fitness through immersive technologies. To that end, the company is building the world’s first virtual gym where like-minded people can meet and experience a variety of the highest quality workouts, from boxing to yoga. Further, it will be fully accessible at home. The first component of this gym, …

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Osgenic

Founded in 2017, Osgenic is creating a new, VR-enabled environment where surgeons can prepare for procedures safely, making surgery safer for both the patients and surgeons. The company has developed modern tools for surgery training that build upon two medical education concepts that are backed by compelling research evidence: 1) VR-based training, and 2) skill …

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Medical Realities

Medical Realities offers medical training products, specializing in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. By doing so, the company is able to reduce the cost of medical training, reach a wider audience and provide a completely safe learning environment for doctors, surgeons and medical students. The Medical Realities Platform utilizes its unique Spatial Menu System and …

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Amelia Virtual Care

Formerly known as Psious, Amelia Virtual Care has developed a platform that has a suite of applications with hyper-realistic virtual environments to provide treatment for multiple phobias such as fear of flying, acrophobia, claustrophobia, agoraphobia, among others; as well as relaxation and Mindfulness environments. It allows doctors to use VR in order to simulate different …

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VirtaMed

VirtaMed is a medical training company that uses high fidelity VR simulators for minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in orthopedics, urology, ob/gyn and general surgery. Combining VR graphics with original instruments and anatomic models for realistic tactile feedback, VirtaMed simulators provide structured courses and performance-based proficiency assessments. The company partners with medical societies and …

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HypnoVR

HypnoVR specializes in developing VR-based medical hypnosis solutions to manage pain and stress. It designs, develops and markets software and medical devices as tools of hypnosedation to improve the quality of care and comfort of patients. HypnoVR solutions are said to fit perfectly into multimodal accelerated rehabilitation procedures and help improve care. The company was …

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Crescent Med

Crescent Med has developed a special headband that can record a surgical scene so that it can be shared in real-time in excellent fidelity, and in 3D, with others. The device has two cameras that are used to give the viewer, wearing special glasses and a matching monitor, the 3D effect. Called Crescent Vision, it …

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KineQuantum

KineQuantum has developed a virtual reality functional rehabilitation solution for physiotherapists that consists from the KineQuantum Virtual Reality Mask and its accessories, and the KineQuantum functional rehabilitation software. It allows the masseur-physiotherapist to perform assessments and rehabilitation exercises in many fields of application — including cervical, upper limbs, balance, neurology, lower limb, and more. For …

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Virti

Growing fast: At the time of its Series A raise (June 2021), Virti said it has increased revenues by 978%.

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ΑΓΩ Simulations

ΑΓΩ Simulations has developed a mixed reality system that aims to provide better treatments for phobias. It allows the patient to move with their whole body inside a virtual world, and have an immersive experience that arms them with the skills to face the stimuli that trigger their phobia. By tracking the patient’s reactions with …

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Ultraleap

Formed when Leap Motion and Ultrahaptics came together in May 2019, Ultraleap brings together powerful 3D hand tracking with haptic technology able to create the sensation of touch in mid-air. The company’s products include Leap Motion Controller, an optical hand tracking module that captures the movements of your hands with unparalleled accuracy; Leap Motion VR …

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Varjo

Varjo, which stands for “shadow” in Finnish, is working on a technology that would bring to market the world’s first human-eye resolution VR / XR product. It is dubbed the world’s first VR / XR hardware and software product specifically aimed at industrial use, with the power to transform work in complex and design-driven industries …

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Oxford VR

A spin-out from Oxford University, Oxford VR is developing VR-based clinically validated, cost-effective, user-centered mental health treatments that are faster and more effective than traditional treatments, while significantly lowering the cost to health providers. Oxford VR’s first product, an automated VR treatment for psychosis, was tested in a large randomized controlled trial, with the results …

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FundamentalVR

Created by a team of VR, haptic specialists and surgical training experts – FundamentalVR is the company behind Fundamental Surgery, a SaaS platform that combines VR with cutting-edge haptics and AI to create a low-cost and scalable flight simulator experience for trainee and qualified surgeons. Said platform creates an authentic environment complete with real-time feedback …

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MindMaze

MindMaze is a global leader in digital neuro-therapeutics (DTx) solutions with a mission to accelerate the brain’s ability to recover, learn and adapt. With over a decade of work at the intersection of neuroscience, bio-sensing, engineering, mixed reality and artificial intelligence – its healthcare division is addressing some of the most challenging problems in neurology, …

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