Transforming Healthcare

Exploring a new dimension in healthcare through VR, AR and MR

XR is changing the reality of life

Imagine a scenario where a cardiovascular specialist in New Delhi is preparing to perform a heart transplant on a patient in New York. He dons his VR headset and is immediately transported to the midst of his team standing by in the operating theater. He then proceeds to guide them from the comfort of his office desk with successful results. Thanks to the advancements made in the field of healthcare through XR, this scenario is not far from reality. And this is just a glimpse of what XR has to offer. A prosthetic surgeon could conduct an emergency procedure on an accident victim while in the back of his taxi cab on the way to a conference.

Medical students could learn about the care, diagnosis and treatment of diseases in a virtual setting, thereby training and preparing them for the real world in a far shorter time frame. The possibilities are immense. XR in healthcare makes business sense too. With a market that is expected to reach USD 5.1 billion by 2025 globally, imagine the rich opportunities that VR, AR and MR can open up in the healthcare sector. From solutions that enable remote surgery to patient rehabilitation, we are already making our mark in terms of improving the quality of life. We are committed to extending medical care beyond the hospital room and operating theaters into patients’ homes, giving them a comfortable environment in which to recover. And our mission is to make it affordable and accessible anytime, anywhere.

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The healthcare sector provides a host of opportunities where XR can be applied from surgery to rehabilitation.
Take a look at some instances where TILTLABS can make a difference to essential operations.


Using XR, surgeons can ‘explore’ the human body and get a more accurate look at target organs in clear detail. X-rays, too, perform the same function. However, X-rays don’t always provide an accurate representation.

Patient rehabilitation

VR can be used to create a simulated environment where stroke patients can re-learn real life functions. It can even be used to help those suffering from phobias by providing a controlled setting in which they can face their fears.

Medical Training

XR can provide medical students with an opportunity to put their skills to the test in a hands-on, ‘risk free’ environment. In addition, being real-time, students will be able to get instant feedback, preparing them for the real world in a shorter time.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How is AR/VR used in the healthcare industry?
    From performing critical surgical procedures remotely to providing hands-on training to medical students in a simulated environment, AR and VR can be used in many ways. It even aids in the rehabilitation of stroke patients by helping them re-learn life skills in a virtual setting.
    What are the key challenges of adopting AR/VR in healthcare?
    Cost is a leading concern with healthcare organizations unwilling to fund a technology that is still seen as relatively new. Technical limitations pose another challenge as not all hospitals are equipped with the bandwidth and expertise to run AR and VR.
    How does AR/VR help in training medical staff?
    By placing them in a simulated environment that mimics a real-life setting, medical staff can be given a closer look at intricacies of complex medical procedures as well as diagnosis and treatment. They will develop an understanding in a shorter time frame equipping them to handle critical situations.
    How will patients benefit from AR/VR in healthcare?
    Patients will be able to experience the benefits of advanced healthcare beyond the hospital walls. With the aid of AR, they will be able to undergo diagnosis, treatment and recovery in the comfort of their own homes.
    What is the future of augmented reality in healthcare?
    The advent of AR and related technologies is poised to bring about significant advances in healthcare. For example, a simple procedure such as a taking of blood has the potential to become painless by projecting a ‘map’ of a patient’s vein network onto their skin. A nurse will be able to find the right vein without having to ‘stick’ the patient multiple times.
    What is the projected growth of AR/VR in Healthcare market?
    The global augmented and virtual reality in healthcare market is expected to grow at the rate of 29.1% to reach USD 5.1 billion by 2025