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Lightweight, scalable VR training solution ready for deployment.
VR Training That Moves the Needle
Boon's cloud-based platform provides immersive on-demand virtual reality (VR) training for medical procedures
With Boon's technology, doctors can put on a VR headset and watch a real-life surgery from a 360-degree perspective. Using Boon's VR capabilities, viewers can peek over the surgeon's shoulder, watch every incision and suture, note heart and respiratory activity on the monitors and even look around to see how the operating room assisting staff members are interacting. If the operating room is a living theater, then Boon VR puts the viewer on center stage. Boon makes remote training feel as close to physically being there, without having to travel!
Boon is a comprehensive VR learning management system and content hosting platform built into a singular and powerful subscription service.
Our professional immersive content team works with you to create highly engaging and effective learning modules.
Your content is easily accessed through Boon's web-based portal on a wide range of VR devices, anywhere in the world.
Boon's user analytics provide you with actionable insights into how your user base is learning and how to improve your learning content for the future
MEET THE TEAM
Successful entrepreneur who founded the $6 MN ARR market leader Seaways Free Trade Zone and the renowned non-profit The Indian Impact
15 years tech leadership, 25+ products launched, VR and LMS Specialist, Expert in ML/AI, NLP, automation and security
Top cardiothoracic surgeon and training faculty
CMO at Medventures Partners, R&D advisor to more than 200 medical device companies, Program Director at Stanford Biodesign, FDA-MHLW member
Former COO (Tech & Products ) - Salesforce
Former Engineering Leader at Oracle
WHO WE WORK WITH
One of the most difficult challenges in surgical education is in recreating the emotional environment.VR allows us to come much closer to that real environment multiple times before facing it for real.
Dr. Douglas Johnston
Staff Cardiac Surgeon, Cleveland Clinic
When trying to reduce the knowledge gap faster, the immersive, almost in-person feeling of training in VR is superior to 2-dimensional videos.
Dr. Adam Tibble
Anasthesiologist, Sutter Health System
VR's value over 2D is that I can now show teamwork and team behaviour simultaneously. One can learn anyone's role at a given time by looking around.
Terumo Interventional Systems
VR will help a lot in getting over the complexity of a new device and allow physicians and nurses to safely and precisely perform the procedure.