Webinar On Demand: Advancing Immersive Technology in Clinical Workflows with Gaze-based Interfaces

On February 11th, Varjo hosted Virginia Tech’s Center for Human-Computer Interaction and Carilion Clinic to explore the challenges and benefits of bringing gaze-based interfaces paired with immersive tech into clinical workflows.

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Geoff Bund, Head of Business Development, North America – Research, Varjo Technologies


Cory Iio, PhD Student Researcher, Gaze-Based Interfaces, Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Virginia Tech


Doug Bowman, Principal Investigator, Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Carilion School of Medicine, Virginia Tech


Waylon Zeng, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Carilion Clinic, Virginia Tech



Originally aired on February 11th of 2021, Varjo hosted Virginia Tech  for this interactive discussion on bringing gaze-based interfaces paired with immersive technology into clinical workflows.

A small team of researchers in the Center for Human-Computer Interaction at Virginia Tech has developed a mixed reality system to test feasibility for using virtual surgical loupes leveraging Varjo XR technology. Virtual loupes enable new functionality, such as dynamic magnification, where the user can zoom in and out at-will, simply with their gaze.

In this webinar, we'll explore together the findings of the study, as well as the challenges and benefits of bringing immersive technology into clinical workflows.

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Varjo’s human-eye resolution mixed and virtual reality headsets take medical professionals to a higher level of focus and emotional engagement.

With true-to-life XR/VR, medical personnel can prepare for the most challenging real-life scenarios.

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