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VRy interesting! A big Prime Global “thank you” to APS for a brilliant, inspiring and educational excursion into virtual worlds, providing some very real and practical ideas. You can be sure we’ll be using them to enhance our already creative and compelling scientific communications.read more >>
Augmented reality (AR) really is changing the future of healthcare. Take a look at these really rather amazing examples of AR already making a difference.read more >>
The IPA awards are for outstanding creativity in healthcare advertising, acknowledging outstanding promotion of brands to HCPs and consumers. Judged by some of the best people in the creative side of healthcare, take a look at the latest winners.read more >>
The battle of the apps rages on and healthcare is a popular field to be in. The competition is fierce but we think this one stands out from the others. Take a look and see what you think.read more >>
Infographics have been around for a while but they are still very on trend and a great way to communicate complex data in a simplified and engaging manner. Here are a couple of new infographics that are first-class examples of content communicated for a modern audience.read more >>
There is pretty much an app for everything and healthcare is certainly no exception. Have a look at this gaming app that has been designed to help with research into dementia.read more >>
Augmented reality has been around for a while and designers are increasingly looking at new ways of implementing layered learning to enhance the user experience.read more >>
In order to ensure that as many citizens as possible have access to the life-saving medical procedures they need, Japan’s Central Social Insurance Medical Council, an organization of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, has this week announced that the cost of 3D printed organ models used to assist medical treatments and surgeries will be covered under the standard medical insurance payment range.read more >>
Is your health on the right track? We thought this was a clever use of interactive video and creative storytelling by Bupa.read more >>
Virtual reality is going to be the big thing of 2016. Sony Playstation is bringing out a headset in a couple of months, Oculus Rift is now in it’s second stage of development after being bought by Facebook, and with the latest high definition advancements virtual reality is no longer a word from the ’80s.
What does this mean to healthcare? We found this amazing story…read more >>
In 1857, English nurse Florence Nightingale used information graphics to persuade Queen Victoria to improve conditions in military hospitals, and they have been around for many years before this. They have become more mainstream due to our snacking, information culture.
We found this rather nifty Darth Vader infographic.read more >>