The main objective of virtual reality therapy is to decrease the patient's anxiety levels and pain perception with an innovative and easy-to-use system.
VR Pharma is the first Virtual Reality (VR) solution designed for use in hospitals with the aim of improving the patient experience during medical procedures. VR Pharma's mission is to decrease the patient's anxiety levels and pain perception with an innovative and easy-to-use system designed and programmed by Pixeldreams.
The main challenge for Pixeldreams was to provide a "ready-to-use" system with a library of 360º video content that can be managed remotely by the doctor and without the need for an internet connection.
How does it work: The system allows you to synchronize the moment of the injection of the vaccine with that of a virtual avatar, Leia, who lives a graphic adventure with a Panda Bear who suffers an accident inside a cave. The panda bear must be released with the help of the magical powers of the Virtual Reality helmet and some magic stones.
The child lives this whole experience in the first person through Virtual Reality glasses. Finally, the avatar places the magic stones on the patient's forearm, at which point the doctor takes the opportunity to apply the vaccine. The child remains so immersed in his graphic adventure that he does not notice the prick and the therapy ends without crying, screaming, pain or stress.
Imagine that you could give that distressed patient a quiet and relaxing moment by sending him or her to explore the wonders of the ocean or interact with a friendly virtual cartoon or avatar. From Pixeldreams we have made it possible by creating a software for medical therapies with Virtual Reality.