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Medical X Reality Experience

Operating Room

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Freedom, Completeness, and Customized Script Design
The professional design team at Acalerate Tech Ltd. is capable of collaborating with domestic and international doctors to develop appropriate scripts, vividly conveying professional knowledge. We can customize scripts based on surgery, techniques, equipment, and learning objectives, enhancing the user's memory and learning experience. This provides guidance for specific field operations and learning.


The script for this project is based on a series of dental procedures from Acro Biomedical, including products like Bone Graft, Matrix, and Membrane. Acalerate Tech Ltd., leveraging its developed virtual reality software, promotes Acro products to enhance its international reputation and advertises the methods of using them.

We collaborated with practicing dentists and biotech professionals during the development process, showcasing three different dental implant techniques. This initiative also promotes exclusive dental procedures from Taiwan and related products from the biotech company.

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Detailed 3D Module



1:1 complete replication of external product packaging, where even the text and instructions on the packaging are clearly legible. This can be reused for commercial photography and videography in the future.



Ensure that the core or key parts of the procedure use sophisticated animation content. Based on surgical videos from various angles and consultants' recommendations, design interactive surgical functions.



Similarly, a 1:1 scale is used to present the real-life usage and functionality of products. This reduces the wastage of high-cost consumable products in promotion or education.



Microscopic display of product details is used for marketing product content. From machine operation to the treatment of bone powder surface details, as well as minimally invasive surgery, all fall within our range of applications.

Real-Time 3DModule

Acalerate Tech Ltd. has developed Real Time 3D modules that go beyond just viewing capabilities, focusing on their 'interactivity' and 'functionality'. These modules can represent professional items or unique products in virtual reality, allowing clients to implement any desired customized functions through embedded code. This approach greatly surpasses the simple use of photo-style wraparound textures for creating objects in virtual reality environments.


Interactive Module

Real Time 3D modules emphasize 'interactivity' and 'functionality' in their operation, ensuring that virtual products are highly similar to real products in both appearance and function. These modules can be equipped with unique interactive features programmed through software, tailored to client needs. This approach achieves an integrated functionality that is difficult to realize with actual medical devices or auxiliary software.

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The modules developed by Acalerate Tech Ltd. undergo meticulous adjustments in lighting and shadow, lifelike material rendering, and intricate detailing to ensure that virtual objects in the simulated environment closely resemble real professional tools, avoiding any sense of abruptness.

Acalerate Tech Ltd. boasts an extensive database of material textures, covering specialized treatments for medical equipment and surface finishes for various items, such as special polyesters, various metals, and color requirements.







In addition to the typical use of medical equipment and the insertion/removal of consumables, Real Time 3D items in virtual reality can also have the following functionalities:

  1. Wrist devices with virtual control panel functionality, featuring pop-up windows that can contain various buttons, such as viewing patient case data, displaying models of injured body parts, and recording diagnostic records.

  2. Visual interfaces with image processing capabilities, allowing real-time zoom in/out, camera rotation, and recording of videos.

  3. Medical devices and surgical instruments can leave surgical trajectory guide lines in the virtual reality environment or display real-time information such as target indicators and injury records, achieving functionalities that real medical equipment cannot provide.

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Utilizing integrated virtual reality (VR) technology enhances the efficiency of technological medical assistance, providing doctors with more opportunities to save lives. Simultaneously, it simplifies complex procedures and delivers more precise medical information.

Realistic Operation Teaching

In addition to traditional handles, medical device operations can also utilize gesture tracking systems to simulate surgical techniques. Incorporating real devices into virtual and augmented reality enhances operational realism, achieving the effect of simulating real equipment through educational software.

Real Time 3D objects in virtual reality can offer more than just the typical use of medical equipment and insertion/removal of consumables. They can also include:

  • Virtual control panels on wrist devices, allowing for various functions like accessing patient data and viewing injury models.

  • Visual interfaces with image processing capabilities, enabling zooming, rotating lenses, and recording videos.

  • Medical devices and surgical tools leaving trajectory prompts or displaying real-time information within the virtual environment.

Customized Medical Equipment

error warning system

Video upload

Realistic dynamic model

Assistive voice function

online product purchase

​Product Introduction

handle vibration

Somatosensory feedback

Support multiple languages

student information record

Teaching guide process guide and practical operation video

instant messaging exchange

Analysis of interest and preference records
Background record operation performance

Through virtual reality technology, physicians and medical personnel can practice repeatedly to enhance surgical skills and observational experiences without concerns about space limitations, consumables, or organ restrictions.

This technology breaks the constraints of traditional clinical training, eliminating the need for relocating, using large equipment, animals, or specimens. It provides precise quantitative data such as blood loss, steps, and operation time, allowing for review and improvement through 360-degree playback.

The advancements in XR technology and 5G communication speed bring limitless possibilities to the healthcare industry and medical development, benefiting significantly in areas such as communication, smart healthcare, telemedicine, surgical technique updates, and inheritance.

The Taichung Veterans General Hospital, with the generous support of the Huikan Social Welfare Foundation, collaborated with the HTC team to establish the "VR Clinical Technology Simulation Center," with VR technology as the primary application.
Traditional surgical training methods incurred high costs due to expensive equipment and consumables, and animal experiments required anesthesia and significant financial resources. Additionally, mistakes in real operations cannot be rectified, raising ethical concerns about animal welfare.
Through virtual reality and mixed reality technologies, companies specializing in immersive technology can recreate various medical scenarios without the need for physical setups. This allows medical personnel to undergo training in simulation centers to enhance their surgical skills.



The application of MR technology can improve the limitations of traditional medical care, increase the frequency of clinical operations and experience, reduce medical errors, lower the cost of medical education, enhance the training effectiveness and care quality of healthcare professionals, improve nurse-patient relationships, and increase the efficiency of clinical work.

Medical Equipment Operation

In addition to traditional controllers, there are also gesture-tracking systems to simulate surgical techniques. Furthermore, real equipment can be integrated into virtual reality and augmented reality environments to enhance the authenticity of medical procedures, making the operations more closely resemble real-life scenarios, and achieving the effect of simulating real equipment in educational software.

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The application scope of augmented reality (AR) systems and technology is extensive, encompassing not only large-scale healthcare platform systems but also the integration of smart medical devices.

Customized hardware operation: From traditional controllers to gesture-controlled systems without physical controllers, the hardware operation of AR systems has become customizable. Customers can even install sensors on specific medical equipment or devices through Keelaray Technology Co., Ltd., turning them into customized simulated controllers or remote controllers. This allows users to directly practice operating physical equipment through simulation software.

Projection assistance: This technology offers various visual assistance features, such as color-blind mode, image zoom in/out, voice-activated display of 3D human/body part models, rotation, perspective adjustment, surgical route guidance, and equipment control assistance systems.

Product Bone Graft
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