Cloud DX launches cloud XR division
February 9, 2022
KITCHENER, Ont. – Cloud DX has announced the launch of its Cloud XR division to support the emerging medical Metaverse. The company is pursuing opportunities to deliver its Virtual Clinician Assistant in an eXtended Reality platform consisting of its VITALITI continuous vital sign monitor and Connected Health software platform to render realistic 3D holographic images.
The digital experience runs on Microsoft’s Hololens 2 headset or through the Apple AR application – and together, the futuristic system is designed to serve as a fully functioning cornerstone of the new medical Metaverse.
“After six years of intensive work, we are ready to show the world our cutting-edge eXtended Reality platform – at a moment in time when the delivery of services in a fully virtual Metaverse is becoming the clear direction that many technologies are heading,” said Cloud DX CEO Robert Kaul (pictured) in a statement.
“Once again, Cloud DX has showcased its ability to be on the forefront of innovation, with an integrated system that extends our mission to make healthcare better for everyone.”
According to the company, the new division will work with current and emerging partners to complete, test, and launch a fully 3D holographic hardware and software solution that had been in development by Cloud DX and Sheridan Center for Mobile Innovation since 2016.
The company said its metaverse application will allow clinicians to view 3D holographic representations of a patient’s body, real-time vital sign readings, diagnostic images, and other data from their Electronic Medical Record (EMR).
The Hololens 2 user interface (UI) allows clinicians to either view cutaway 3D representations of patients physically in front of them, or a patient located anywhere in the world with a 3D holographic “body” floating in space. Users can control the application with a combination of voice commands and hand gestures.
Real-time data on all main vital signs are gathered by the company’s proprietary VITALITI continuous vital sign monitor, a patented and patent-pending system that collects heart rate, pulse rate variability, respiration, core body temperature, 5-lead ECG signals, blood oxygen saturation, and most importantly, continuous non-invasive blood pressure.
The Cloud XR application is set to be integrated into a hospital’s EMR system, allowing clinicians instant touch-free access to diagnostic images (X-rays, CT scans), medication records, charts, notes, and other key data. Likewise, the voice command system allows doctors to dictate notes, order medications, and practice Metaverse medicine completely hands-free.
About Cloud DX
Our mission is to make healthcare better for everyone. We offer precision vital sign monitoring equipment, software and mobile apps, while focusing on the critical mission of collecting better vital sign data. For more information, visit www.clouddx.com.