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Why use mixed reality medical training? Unveil technology provides the realistic patient and environmental cues students will encounter in real-life scenarios. This advanced technology improves diagnostic skills for critical conditions. Utilizing both a virtual patient and a physical manikin means preparing students by tapping into more senses than traditional, virtual-only training suites. Utilize this powerful technology to better prepare emergency medical trainees.

Auto-Recorded Data For Students

Unveil’s gaze tracking technology feeds directly into student records. With zero user effort, data is automatically stored for each student and used to identify gaps in skills. This means quick identification of specific areas for improvement. The mixed reality software allows for immediate replication of scenarios and injuries, granting the opportunity for the trainee to work on specific areas of weakness.

Compressed Time Scales

Using our compressed time scales feature, you can jump forward or backward in the patient’s progression from moment of injury to death in seconds. With a virtual presentation of a patient’s condition, you can show long-term changes exhibited by that patient over time -- in seconds. This is especially valuable when compared with traditional approaches such as showing a picture of a new patient state, or putting makeup on a live actor. These techniques break the flow the scenario and degrade the training experience.

Flexibility and Value

Unveil provides the realism needed to effectively train in the military and emergency medical fields. Our training sessions are cost-effective compared with existing training approaches and provide unsurpassed first-step educational value. Unlike cadaver training for example, the scenarios and manikin injuries are manipulated for your specific needs. Make sure your students are better prepared to experience every scenario they’ll encounter when they get out into the real world by exposing them to a greater variety of injuries and environments during training.

Use With or Without a Manikin

Flexibility and tailorability are key when running an effective training suite. In order to meet student and cost needs, Unveil’s system can be used with a manikin or on its own. Craft your training curriculum in the way that you see fit and is most effective for your program. Supporting curricula materials for both formats are provided to improve the structure and quality of your training sessions.


We designed the VPIT to allow students to rapidly identify patient conditions while still having the opportunity to practice real world interventions using the TOMManikin. Practicing those real world intervention skills is an important advantage of mixed reality training versus purely virtual solutions. As the students treats the patient, the instructor can select the intervention to match the student's actions. The instructor can choose from more than a dozen intervention types that go beyond the traditional Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) to include elements such as a Cricothyrotomy Kit and Endotracheal Tubes. The instructor can even include visual representations of interventions that were performed poorly as an additional training challenge during the scenario, or to point out opportunity areas for the student to review later.

Teacher Student Interaction

The The Virtual Patient Interactive Trainer (VPIT) system includes software specifically designed for the instructor with a companion software application for the student. Each piece of software lives on a separate device.

How it Works

The instructor software is installed on a tablet and the student software is installed on one or more HoloLens devices. The instructor software (aka, the Command and Control software) allows the instructor to connect to the HoloLens unit and to control the student’s progress through each scenario. This includes the type of scenario, the stage of the patient’s condition and the placement of any interventions that the student might call for during the training session.

The student software is designed to be used by students without any prior experience working with a mixed reality device. Most students will begin a training scenario with just a brief explanation on how to handle and wear the HoloLens device. The instructor controls the rest of the experience. At the completion of a scenario, the instructor accesses a report that shows the student’s gaze throughout the scenario to debrief the student’s performance. This report highlights the speed with which the student was able to identify critical cues in the patient’s condition and provide appropriate medical interventions.