Healthcare & Health Sciences
Healthcare & Medical Simulations in the Metaverse
Training with patients, machines, and real-life situations through the VictoryXR Health Science Ecosystem.
Simulate real-world experiences using lifelike avatars from the comfort of your own home. Interactive environments including the cadaver lab for skeletal assembly, organ analysis, and skeletal muscular activity offer the opportunity to experience real life healthcare procedures with low consequences for failure. There’s plenty of room for 10 or more students to gather around while learning!
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360 Field Trips
Learn about the impact of structure and function in human biology with VictoryXR host Wendy Martin at Palmer College of Chiropractic. View models of the human spine to understand how chiropractors utilize alternative medicine techniques to heal various spinal conditions.
Running Time: 7:52
Have you ever wondered why you share certain characteristics with your family? Join VXR host Wendy Martin in a science classroom as she introduces the basics of genetics. Hear about DNA structure and function as well as modern genetic testing kits.
Running Time: 9:01
Therapy Dog Clinic
Join VXR Host Steve Grubbs as you wash your worries away at the therapy dog clinic along with Gizmo and his handler, licensed psychotherapist Katie Grant. Learn about the effects of biochemicals, specifically oxytocin, and how its varying levels affect our nervous system. Additionally, gain a better understanding of therapy dogs and their positive impact for humans, particularly after traumatic and stressful events.
Running Time: 5:25
Come along to a blood drive with VictoryXR Host Wendy Martin. Learn about various blood disorders, specifically sickle cell anemia, and how gene therapy can help alleviate their symptoms.
Running Time: 6:51
NGSS: MS-LS3-1, MS-LS4-5
Imaging & Scans
Discover the science behind X-Rays with VXR Host Wendy Martin! Enter a healthcare imaging facility, where students will learn about wave behaviors and how they are employed to conduct scans of the human body.
Running Time: 9:01
NGSS: HS-PS3-3, HS-PS4-5
Concussion Testing at Purdue
Distinguish between a concussion and subconcussive forces while visiting the Biomedical & Mechanical Engineering Lab at Purdue University. VictoryXR’s host, Jim Kent, along with Professor Talavage and Professor Nauman, demonstrate drop tower testing and reveal the latest findings in force reduction for optimal helmet design.
Running Time: 7:50
NGSS: HS-PS2-2, HS-PS2-3
Meet VXR Host Wendy Martin in her dentist’s office to learn about the defining characteristics of proteins. Using laughing gas as an example, students will learn about neurotransmitters, specifically GABA and NMDA, and the structure and function of nitrous oxide.
Running Time: 8:57
Take a trip to VictoryXR host Wendy Martin’s science classroom for an introduction to comparative anatomy. Watch the dissection of a fetal pig while learning about different types of biological evidence that support Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Running Time: 10:55
Meet Wendy Martin, VictoryXR host and science teacher, in the University of Northern Iowa’s biology laboratory to talk about human anatomy. Examine a synthetic cadaver and learn about the benefits of synthetic materials to science in a collegiate setting.
Running Time: 5:00
Discover cell structure in a science classroom with VictoryXR host Wendy Martin. Through examining specific organs, including the heart, kidney, and brain, students will learn how the structure of each organ aids the function of their larger bodily systems.
Running Time: 6:23
NGSS: MS-LS1-1, MS-LS1-3
VictoryXR Host Steve Grubbs goes into a gym to perform an experiment on two athletes, with the goal of demonstrating the effects of food on muscle-building in the human body. These athletes perform the same workout but consume different recovery drinks afterwards (chocolate milk vs. sports drink) to test the impact of sports nutrition. Which drink will help the athletes recover the fastest?
Running Time: 9:46
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VictoryXR Academy Lesson Recordings
Form & Function Lab (1 of 5): Anatomical
In this lesson students will first be introduced to the overall function of the skeletal system. They will then look at the form and function of the human vertebral column. It will allow students to work hands-on with the vertebrae. Students will observe the regions of the vertebral column and understand their purpose and function. Students will also assemble the vertebrae on their own, according to region. Students will then observe vertebral abnormalities and take a virtual field trip to a chiropractic museum.
Comparative Anatomy (1 of 8): Animal Body Plans
Differences in animal body plans mark branching points in evolutionary trees. In this comparative anatomy lesson students will look at the basic body plans in 5 animal specimens: the squid, the starfish, the dogfish, the pig, and the cat. Students will start with observing the types of symmetries displayed. Students will then look at similarities and differences in body plans. Also discussed will be how the body plan assists in the lifestyle of that organism. Students will handle and manipulate the discussed specimens. They will also be able to explore larger than life specimens.