Revinax originated in the health sector. In 2014, neurosurgeon Maxime Ros recognized the need for a paradigm shift in how medical teams - nurses, surgeons, caregivers, surgical nurses, nurse anesthetists, and more - are trained. He launched Revinax with the idea of capitalizing on virtual reality's first-person, 3D immersion to facilitate skill acquisition and improve execution of a technical gesture or procedure.
The Revinax immersive tutorial concept was born, along with the cross-device platform (VR headsets, smartphones, computers) that would make tutorials available in best practices libraries.
The Revinax solution is currently under development in the following areas of healthcare:
Medical device manufacturers/distributors, in part by enabling companies to increase and accelerate adoption of their new equipment;
Training organizations, by providing them with an innovative solution to enrich their educational systems and take full advantage of the potential of immersive technologies.
Revinax tutorials guarantee optimal user immersion by combining subjective viewpoint 3D video with a VR environment.
Because learners are fully engaged in the experience and free from any distraction, they memorize information better and faster.
Experiencing a movement or a technical gesture is a much more effective way of learning than through simple explanation. That is because the imitation mechanism and our mirror neurons are triggered (see our related article).
Recent studies show that such “learning by imitation” is more effective when it is from the first-person view: the brain does not have to shift perspective, allowing us to better and more reliably memorize a task. The error rate can be reduced by 65%!
The immersive potential of Revinax tutorials is significantly enhanced by the use of 3D videos captured directly in the user’s work environment.
Memorization is improved when learners find themselves in their usual work environment.
Available on the Revinax platform (and viewable via VR headset or mobile phone, tablet or computer), the immersive tutorials can be used - and reused - in any context.
This is particularly valuable for tasks that take place in restricted areas (such as operating rooms).
When it comes to teaching complex/delicate gestures or procedures, immersive tutorials free learners from the stress of failure, promote memorization of good practices, and increase user confidence.
Your tutorials are permanently available on the Revinax platform, where learners can use them again and again for optimal and sustainable learning.
Need to quickly disseminate best practices to all your clients on how to use your medical devices? Revinax tutorials are an exceptionally efficient solution: