Extended Reality
Case Study 3

Company Background

Sasaran Technologies helps to a leader in the Augmented Reality industry for paramedics. Our approach to developing simulation and desensitization tools for paramedics combines a range of technologies. Our team of experts has developed custom-made 3D animation based on photogrammetry of a birthing mannequin, with the main objective of increasing paramedics’ familiarity with the birth process, understanding of the mechanisms of birth well as helping to dispel any fear associated with out-of-hospital-births.

Industry

Manufacturer of pharmaceutical devices

Technology Adopted

MINITAB

Challenges Faced

The challenge our team faced was creating a highly interactive and interactive experience that would also be easy to use for paramedics with different levels of technical proficiency. To accomplish this task, we utilized a range of technologies, such as smartphones, Merge Cube, and BYOD headsets, to create the most realistic experience possible.

Our Approach

Our approach to developing simulations for paramedics combines a range of technologies, such as smartphones, Merge Cube, and BYOD headsets optional. We also created custom-made 3D animation based on photogrammetry of a birthing mannequin. The Merge Cube is an especially helpful tool for paramedics as it can be purchased inexpensively and can be used to create 2D and 3D paper versions of the code on the Cube’s face for the price of a printed piece of paper. Students simply need to BYOD [Bring Your Own Device].

Benefits

The benefits of our approach are numerous.
  1. Paramedics gain a better understanding of the birth process and the mechanisms of birth, which increases their confidence and readiness for out-of-hospital births.
  2. The Merge Cube allows paramedics to practice and revise the code on the Cube’s face at any time with just a printed piece of paper and their own device.
  3. It is also a great way for paramedics to desensitize themselves to the birthing process, increasing their confidence and readiness.
  4. Finally, the 3D animation allows paramedics to experience the birth process firsthand, providing a realistic and interactive experience.