Extended Reality (XR) Head Mounted Displays (HMDs) are used across various healthcare pathways for staff/student education and training, and for improving patient experiences. As XR HMDs become affordable, accessible and their acceptance increases, it is critical to document the techniques used for evaluating the technology, processes of user engagement and immersion, and outcomes.
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Hygiene of VR headsets has become a critical issue during the pandemic, more than ever before. In a hospital setting like ours, VR headsets are used by multiple teams. Although all patient VR interventions are currently on hold at Torbay and South Devon Foundation Trust (TSDFT), headsets are used by our staff in the staff… Continue reading UV light for cleaning VR headsets during COVID