Virtual Simulation News from Acadicus
Updated Simulation Manager Dashboard
The Simulation Manager dashboard now offers more advanced control over the scenario in progress. It enables instructors, technicians, or standardized participants to virtually embody the patient, their animations, vital signs, and other variables to create a life-like learning experience.
Non-VR PC Mode Upgrades
Acadicus’ Non-VR mode has been updated, and additional improvements will be made in our next update. Soon, users will be able to interact with simulation content without wearing a VR headset.
No VR headset? No problem!
Mock Code: Status Asthmaticus
Dr. Nick Slamon has continued conducting live remote mock codes, attended by medical residents, fellows, and participants joining from various hospitals and medical schools. To request an invite to his next mock code, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More Human Anatomy Assets
A variety of new human anatomy assets have been added, and are now on display in the Human Anatomy room! This can be accessed from the Acadicus Commons.
Create immersive lessons, or support your simulation scenarios with 3D didactic elements.
Updated Emergency Scene
This scene has been staged with a work-in-progress emergency scene where a worker has fallen from a scaffolding and is found unresponsive. Check out our new EMS and paramedic gear, with a lot more coming in the weeks ahead.
Updated Exam Room Scene
We are currently developing and gradually releasing a complete suite of interactive exam room equipment, devices and interactive patients. Create your own configuration, or work with one of our scene templates.
New Dental Scene
Create dental training with the new dental clinic environment. This content pack includes an anatomy model of the mouth including the tongue and teeth which can be used as a visualization tool during demonstrations.
We are honored to welcome Drs. Nina and Tom Templeton to the Acadicus team as investors and medical advisors.
“Back in the day, what Jon, Kandy, and the Acadicus team are accomplishing would have been science fiction, but it is now real and should be even more important in the post-COVID-19 era. Since retirement, we have tried to give back in various ways and are humbled and honored to be asked to serve on the medical advisory board.”
For more information or to schedule a demo:
Learn more about Acadicus’ features including Simulation Manager, Scene Editing, 3D Recording, and Multiplayer
Virtual pediatric simulation content includes patients, equipment, preconfigured scene templates, audio effects, and more.
Acadicus comes with a library of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) simulation templates, patients, equipment, and environments.
Empower students with hands-on clinical experiences in a safe environment by working with our expansive library of scenarios and content.
These 3D virtual anatomy assets and more are available in Acadicus and can be used to create immersive virtual healthcare education experiences.
In this series of 3D Recorded presentations, Dr. Nick Slamon describes ACLS and PALS heart rhythm disturbances.
Operating room virtual reality simulation content pack with airway management / endotracheal intubation assets.
This virtual simulation content pack includes assets for basic wound treatment in an emergency room environment.
This content pack contains everything needed to conduct ECG lead placement training through virtual simulation. Accessible in VR or non-VR.
The Respiratory Therapy asset pack includes an elderly patient, various oxygen adjuncts, and interactive oxygen flow meter.
Acadicus comes with a library of characters that can be used to stage a wide variety of simulation scenarios that can be manipulated with Sim Manager.
Within the environment, characters, equipment and other assets can be added to the scene depending on the scenario.
Subscribe to our Newsletter