Until recently, radiographers have only been able to improve their skills using an actual CT scanner. But access to these scanners is very limited due to their relative scarcity and patient demand.

So GE Healthcare wanted a virtual reality (VR) environment that opened up more opportunities for their trainees – not only by increasing the number of practical training hours but also by training radiographers in more procedures.

Opens up faster, more regular training for radiographers, means reducing the need to train on actual CT scanners, so they can be operational for longer. During VR training, trainees can perform actual calculations using real scans to drive decisions.

All actions are tracked in real-time, enabling instant review and feedback. All VR training to be accessed via a URL, meaning it is easy to scale on and offline. Credit: immerse music: