Setting Standards in Medical Training
Eye specialists and medical students all over the world train their diagnostic and surgical skills on high-fidelity simulators from Haag-Streit Simulation – without stress and without putting risks on patients. By providing highly immersive virtual reality technology and validated best practice training concepts, Haag-Streit Simulation is working at the leading edge of VR in medicine.
What Inspires Us
While we are driven by the fascination for technology, it has always been our aspiration to use virtual reality as a new media for the benefit of society. With virtual reality, we provide risk-free training environments, and effectively extend the methods of learning. With longstanding experience in adding simulator-based training to educational programs, we have acquired a passionate expertise for teaching. With our products, we contribute to raising quality standards in medical training and healthcare.
Our Clients and Partners
More than 450 schools for ophthalmology, optometry, and medical education use simulators from Haag-Streit Simulation in their training programs. Around 800 Eyesi simulators are in use on all continents and even in the air – on board of the Orbis “Flying Eye Hospital”. To enhance our products continuously, we cooperate with experts from around the world. Only through scientific exchange and the effort and commitment of our partners are we able to successfully develop high-end simulation and innovative teaching concepts.
Physics-based models developed by Haag-Streit Simulation allow for a highly realistic simulation of anatomical structures and dynamic interaction with tissue in real-time. With highest competence in software and hardware development Haag-Streit Simulation designs its training simulators and custom simulators for industry partners with medical training needs. For now twenty years, we have been raising the benchmark in medical simulation technology.
Founded in 2001 as a university start-up, the then-called company VRmagic has been a pioneer with virtual reality technology for medical training. From the beginning, the development of camera systems for high-precision optical tracking and computer vision had complemented the activities and lead to the establishment of VRmagic Imaging GmbH in 2016. In 2020, VRmagic joined the Swiss-based Haag-Streit Group.