A unique technology pairing of SynDaver’s products and AR training solutions will give conference attendees a look at next-generation of high-fidelity blended learning.
SAN ANTONIO – SynDaver® will showcase the unique integration of its high-fidelity medical training technology paired with new augmented reality solutions in booth #938 at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) through Jan. 30 in San Antonio.
The product demonstrations at SynDaver’s booth will incorporate the hyper-realistic synthetic human and task trainers, as well as augmented reality technologies from Design Interactive and Arivis, two software companies developing augmented reality solutions for medical simulation.
The product pairings will guide users through blended learning scenarios with visual cues and feedback. This combined use of AR with the realistic, tactile feel only available through SynDaver’s products is used to enhance medical training and procedural skills development.
“The integration of these technological offerings will enable conference attendees to experience a new level of multi-sensory training simulation not previously available,” said Dr. Christopher Sakezles, founder of SynDaver Labs. “Blending AR visual feedback with the realistic look and feel of our synthetic human models and trainers provides an unrivaled suspension of disbelief during training and helps effectively guide them through the learning process.”
Conference attendees can visit booth #938 throughout the conference to receive live demonstrations of the technologies.
Headquartered in Tampa, SynDaver is the world’s leading manufacturer of hyper-realistic, synthetic human and animal models for medical education, training and surgical simulation. SynDaver’s synthetic bodies mimic live tissue properties and are used by high schools, colleges and universities, hospitals, medical device companies and the military for training, testing and validation. SynDaver has the world’s largest database of live-tissue properties. Made from a proprietary formula of water, salts and fibers, the company holds 14 patents on their materials, processes and the related products. SynDaver has more than 100 employees at its facilities in the U.S. and is planning additional facilities in Europe, China, Brazil and India. SynDaver products have been lauded by industry experts and earned a cult following after appearances on ABC’s Shark Tank, MythBusters, Grey’s Anatomy and the series finale of CSI. For more information on SynDaver or their product offerings, visit www.SynDaver.com.
About Design Interactive
Design Interactive Inc. (DI) is a Woman-Owned Small Business specializing in Human Systems Integration and committed to developing innovative solutions that accelerate human performance. DI solves the most pressing human performance challenges for customers across the DoD and Federal markets and is on the cutting edge in areas of: Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality (VAMR) Training, Adaptive Training Systems, User Experience Design, and Physiological Measurement and Assessment. For more information, visit http://designinteractive.net/medical-vamr/.
Arivis develops IT solutions focused on the Life Sciences. Its portfolio ranges from solutions for science, regulatory, production and quality assurance for medical and pharmaceutical products. Headquartered in Munich, Arivis generates more than half of its revenue in more than 25 countries outside of Germany. In the U.S., the company is headquartered in Phoenix, with a second office near Washington, D.C. More information is available at www.arivis.com.