When the Zuse Institute’s decade old Virtual Reality (VR) suite, the Studio da Vinci, was ready for an upgrade, it was to VR specialist company, Virtalis, that the academics turned. Zuse Institute’s 10 metre, curved screen with conical geometry presented a challenge, as it is effectively divided into three separate sections, each requiring two new … Continued
A combination of a Virtalis ActiveWall and Virtual Environment Radiotherapy Training (VERT) software is enabling radiotherapy treatments to be taught using VR technology, completely eliminating both time pressure and danger to patients. Already in use at leading teaching hospitals across the world, most especially in the UK, the latest institution to take delivery of a … Continued
Virtalis has designed and installed a 270o ActiveCurve, based on six LED single chip projectors to help in the teaching of Emergency Medicine at the University of Duisburg-Essen. This non-stereo ActiveCurve fosters an enormous sense of immersion as it displays images at a real-life 1:1 scale and wraps round the users. Andreas Fidrich, the tutor … Continued
High-end Projection: Virtual Reality Visualisation
Virtual Reality Helps Researchers Understand Molecular Processes
Since Virtalis installed a four-sided ActiveCube at Keele University last year, staff at the School of Pharmacy have been busy adapting their groundbreaking Virtual Patient and Virtual Ward pharmacy training systems to run in a VR environment.
VIRTALIS has advised and supplied upgraded Virtual Reality (VR) hardware to a University research team conducting experiments into how the brain represents a 3D scene.
Curious to find out more about a Virtual Reality (VR) project highlighted by National Radiotherapy Advisory Group, Ben Roe, Senior Lecturer in Radiotherapy at the University of the West of England (UWE), decided to meet the system’s inventors.
Following an EU Tendering Process, IADT has ordered an ActiveCube, a three-sided rear projected with a front-projected floor, multi directional Virtual Reality (VR) system from Virtalis.
2008 saw the national roll out by the Department of Health of a revolutionary approach to radiotherapy training.