Features

Virtual Life Support is skills training. Not only knowing the right things to do is important, but also being able to perform them. This is achieved by some of the key features mentioned below.

Hand tracking

Virtual Life Support is intuitive to use. Instead of using controllers your hands are used to perform all interactions. You use your hand in VR as you would in real life. How else can you train your CPR skills?

One of the learning effects of using your hands is good retention because of muscle memory.

Accurate measurement

Virtual Life Support measures compression depth and frequency in real-time. You can use a manikin or other object to perform CPR on. Using a manikin will provide more accurate measurement.

At the end of the training your CPR performance and scores will be presented in beautiful graphs.

Fully integrated AED

While you will also have to perform CPR without an AED, the training also includes a virtual AED. A fully implemented ZOLL AED 3® with real time feedback is used, including the original audio prompts and visual aid that it provides. As part of the training you will have to place the pads and, after analysis by the AED, apply shock when requested by the AED.

Practice CPR as often as you like, wherever you like

Virtual Life Support uses standalone Virtual Reality hardware, which does not require a connected PC.
And with regular updates and new releases it brings a fresh experience every time.

Developed for the Meta Quest 2 (further hardware support to follow)

Distribution via Oculus for Business, ArborXR or other channels

Standard license model: licensed per device per year

Evaluation version available