12 days ago

July 1 12:00 PM EDT Stanford Neuroscientist Walter Greenleaf Ph.D. to present Translating VR Research into Medical Impact

Hi everyone,

Our free learning series AR/VR innovation is underway to prepare for the medVR VR/AR Symposium & Hackathon in Healthcare Until June of 2021.

The next talk will be given by the renowned Stanford Neuroscientist, Walter Greenleaf on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT. Please do not miss this opportunity to learn from one to the top spatial computing in healthcare researchers. 



For more information or to register, please visit the medVR.io website. 

We are adding to our talks regularly. Following Dr. Greenleaf will be Dr, Skip Rizzo.

Please check our talks page

See you…

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26 days ago

Save the date - medVR.io VR/AR Innovation in Healthcare Program

Hi everyone,

COVID 19 delayed the medVR VR/AR Symposium & Hackathon in Healthcare Until June of 2021.

In the meantime, we are running an online educational program to teach innovation in VR, AR, and MR in healthcare to the tech and medical community. The full curriculum will run approximately one year and will include top taken in the healthcare and technical field. 

The first talk is this Wednesday, June 17, 2020, at 12:00 PM EDT



For more information or to register, the medVR.io website.

The next talk is on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT.



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3 months ago

Virtual Medicine Conference 2020 Online Hackathon : And the winner is...

This past Saturday we had the privilege to announce the winners of The Virtual Medicine Conference 2020 Online Hackathon in AltspaceVR in VR! With over 275 participants it wasn't an easy decision for our judges. We invite you to go to the vMed20 Hackathon gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the awesome submissions!

The hackathon part of the 2020 Virtual Medicine Conference which, unfortunately, had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The vMed conference is intended for a wide range of stakeholders seeking to learn about the implementation, outcomes, and cost-effectiveness of immersive virtual…

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4 months ago

Update

Join us in VR on Saturday, 3/28/20 11AM-12PM PDT as we announce the winners of the first Virtual Medicine Conference Online Hackathon!

Link to event: https://account.altvr.com/events/1432249547635032161


4 months ago

Winners to be announced 3/28 11AM on Altspace

Dear All,

The winners announcement has been moved to Saturday, March 28th 11AM PST. The announcement will be made on Altspace (https://altvr.com/). More details will be provided soon.

Best,

Virtual Medicine Hackathon Team


4 months ago

Last call for submissions

Only one day left to complete your submissions for the Virtual Medicine 2020 Conference online hackathon. We look forward to reviewing your submissions!

Best,

vMed Hackathon Team


4 months ago

Final call for submissions

There are only 3 days left to complete your submission for The Virtual Medicine Conference 2020 Online Hackathon.


5 months ago

Only one week left until submissions are DUE!

We are only one week away from the end of the hackathon. Just sending a reminder to please ensure you are working on and submit a description and video for your demo. These two components will be very important for the judges, especially the clinical judges. Please also check for errors in the code. However, the first thing all our judges will see is the description and video.  

Best,

vMed Hackathon team


6 months ago

Team Pitch / Demo Category

Please post which category you are building a demo for in the #team_pitches channel on slack by Sunday, January 26th. Categories listed below:

  • Therapeutics & Diagnostics – Adults
  • Therapeutics & Diagnostics – Pediatrics
  • VR Education & Training – Patients
  • VR Education & Training – Providers

Optional: Along with the category, please post your team pitch (short description of demo you’re building) in the same channel or direct message your pitch to Genie or Brandon. Mentors will provide feedback by Saturday, February 1st.

- Virtual Medicine Hackathon Team