Nasco Healthcare Takes Medical Training with VR Technologies To The Next Level

New York – Nasco Healthcare is excited to announce our new agreement with MVR Technologies Inc. for medical simulation training based on virtual reality technologies. Nasco Healthcare will now sell and distribute MVR products exclusively around the globe.

MVR Technologies is a fast-growing company in the simulation market within VR medical training solutions providing products for students and practicing doctors with outpatient appointments. They sell two main products which are XR-Clinic Mobile and XR-Clinic Desktop with more in development. These products provide an immersive learning experience with 200+ medical scenarios available in multiple languages, using the most realistic graphics in the industry.

MVR Technologies Head Office is based in Abu Dhabi, UAE. They use full body tracking technologies to determine the coordinates of objects with high accuracy as well as providing tactile feedback allowing users to move naturally. The system can model complex dynamics in real time and provides fast responses. The platform enables classroom training for multiple users in many languages and its full immersion mode is highly realistic.


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