ViTT: Towards a Virtual Reality System that Supports the Learning of Ergonomic Patient Transfers

Maximilian Dürr, Daniel Schweitzer, Harald Reiterer
2021 The Adjunct Publication of the 34th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology  
Figure 1: The output devices and the two phases supported by ViTT. (A) A Virtual Reality head-mounted display (VR HMD) and vibrotactile gloves are used for visual and haptic output. (B) In Phase I, a nurse can view immersive instructions to understand what is important during different steps of a patient transfer and why. As part of this, the nurse can observe a 3d animation of the transfer. (C) In Phase II, a nurse can train the transfer step by step with a virtual patient. The nurse is
more » ... ed by in-situ instructions. (material icons in (B), © Google LLC; 3d-avatars in (B) and (C), © Reallusion Inc.; 3d-objects furniture in (B) and (C), © TurboSquid Inc.
doi:10.1145/3474349.3480234 fatcat:zulc6i3gmncpxlbqp4fzpzmiby