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freehe
freehe
11/26/2016 1:21:56 PM
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Re: Virtual Reality
@Alison, great points.

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Alison
Alison
11/17/2016 3:45:10 PM
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Re: Virtual Reality
Like 3D, the stumbling block today is its add-on hardware requirement. Once it can be more of a natural, group experience and people don't have to wear individual glasses or masks, VR will be more useful, fun and interesting. Right now, I personally don't have much interest in it because I can't be in the moment with it; you can share it after the fact or separately if, I guess, you're all in the same VR scenario simultaneously. 

For classroom training, you'd want EMT trainees to actually be in the ambulance, for example, seeing the injured patient, hearing the sirens and the screaming, feeling the patient's ragged heartbeat and so forth. And you'd want the team to interact, handing off scissors to cut off the patient's jeans and passing over the oxygen mask to stabilize his breathing. When we reach that point, VR will be huge - just think of the money it'll save, the numerous people it will reach and the flexibility it will provide organizations. Intense! 

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freehe
freehe
11/17/2016 12:27:08 PM
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Virtual Reality
It is still viewed as a new technology and has not gotten much demand. There are so many other technologies that people are still getting used to, VR will take years for people to want as a technology in demand.

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