Healthcare and Biotech

PaleBlue Healthcare Technologies utilizes digital advances at present, and it uses the software simulation, Virtual Reality and Augmented reality for giving the right tools to the health personnel at the right time. The technology has proven its impact - for Augmented Reality, look at the success of Pokémon Go – and PaleBlue is already changing healthcare and everyday medicine completely for physicians and patients alike.

Augmented Reality

Augmented reality differs from its most known "relative", virtual reality (VR) since the latter creates a 3D world completely detaching the user from reality. There are two respects in which AR is unique: users do not lose touch with reality and it puts information into eyesight as fast as possible. These distinctive features enable AR to become a driving force in the future of medicine.
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Patients can describe their symptoms

Patients often struggle when they have to describe their symptoms to their doctors accurately. In other cases, people often find themselves overreacting a medical situation or on the contrary, belittle the problem. In ophthalmology, augmented reality might be the answer for patient education.

Nurses can assist patients better

PaleBlue is using AR technology to make both nurses’ and patients’ lives easier. Users of PaleBlue technology allows nurses and doctors see through patients’ bodies. Technology has been used on more than 10 million patients. Such technologies already assist healthcare professionals.

Pharma companies can provide more innovative drug information

Have you ever been curious about how a drug works in your body? Even if you got interested in discovering how the distant world of pills and medicaments work, I bet you lost all your enthusiasm after you read the boring and undecipherable drug description. Now, augmented reality is here to change it.

Biochemistry Virtual Reality Tools

Researchers use PaleBlue Virtual Reality tools to design new drugs and test reactions in a virtual setting, even before synthesizing it. Patients can now see how the drug works in 3D in front of their eyes instead of just reading long descriptions on the bottle. Lab workers monitor their experiments. In factories, workers start working without hands on trainings as the device tells them what to do, and how to do it.​