Kai Worrell believes that virtual and mixed reality may change the way companies design medical devices, and he’s putting that idea into practice.
“We think it’s going to transform the way we do feasibility testing and cognitive walk-through simulations,” he said. “We think it’s going to help us understand the cognition of our users, clinical and the families that we’re serving.”
When a pharmaceutical company approached his design firm, Worrell, about a product for patients with multiple sclerosis, the company used virtual reality to get a deeper understanding of what it’s like to live with the physically debilitating disease.
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