- Jolly Good develops a medical VR filming system exclusively for ambulances with physicians!
Jolly Good develops a medical VR filming system exclusively for ambulances with physicians!
Introductory testing commences in collaboration with Nippon Medical School Hospital Emergency & Critical Care Medicine
Jolly Good Inc. (“Jolly Good”) developed a medical VR filming system for ambulances with physicians in collaboration with Nippon Medical School Hospital Emergency & Critical Care Medicine (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo; Director: Shoji Yokobori). Together, they will begin testing the usability of this VR system in the field of critical care medicine.
This VR system features a high-precision 360 degrees VR camera installed in ambulances equipped with, for example, ECMO, which enable doctors in the hospitals to check the condition of patients and the treatment done while being transported.
With this system, doctors and staff on standby in the hospital can learn about the condition of transported patients ahead of time, optimizing preparations for receiving patients, and ensuring appropriate medical treatment immediately after the arrival of patients. Doctors in the hospital can also remotely give advice to doctors and other professionals in the vehicle, which helps to strengthen the medical system.