Virtual Hospital

Global virtual reality in healthcare market Is projected to grow rapidly at ~38% CAGR to exceed $11 billion by 2026

Global virtual reality (VR) in healthcare market

Key growth drivers

  1. 1.
    Increasing application of VR in patient treatments to drive market growth: Through VR medical treatment, professionals are able to detect, diagnose, train, and treat health issues easily. The increasing application of VR in treatments and its remarkable positive effect are expected to drive market growth going forward. For example, medical professionals are implementing the solutions for treating the PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) suffering military veterans. As per healthcare experts, the use of VR technology in treatment offered a 40% improvement in the patient’s symptoms.
  2. 2.
    Technology has the potential to solve the issue of shortage of physicians: The U.S. will see a shortage of up to nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032. Technologies such as VR can help fill such gaps to some extent through remote training and assistance.
  3. 3.
    Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the use of VR technology and its implementation in medical learning and training sessions: Virtual simulation-based training option suited best for the medical students during the pandemic. With many Covid recovered patients suffering from Post-Intensive Care Syndrome, VR technology has been used to help patients recover through virtual rehab sessions

Investment in virtual health continues to accelerate and venture funding was significantly higher in 2020

Investment in digital health and the revenues of telehealth players almost doubled compared to 2019

  • Investment in virtual care and digital health more broadly has skyrocketed, fueling further innovation, with 3X the level of venture capitalist digital health investment in 2020 than it had in 2017
  • As the investment into virtual health companies continues to grow at record levels, consumers and patients are likely to continue seeing increased innovation in the virtual care delivery models

2B3D's virtual hospital: VRx

2B3D is building VRx, a virtual hospital within the 2B3D metaverse connecting users to real-world professional health networks

VR initial consults

2B3D is owned and operated by veterans who are dedicated to helping users find peace through extended reality technologies. With the use of Unreal Engine 5 and Metahuman, doctors will look realistic and have body and facial movements.

VRx mini games

Necronomi

Necronomi puts you inside an arcade game from the 80’s where aliens move the eyes in a specific pattern to help with blood flow to the brain. Fight off ruthless waves of HP Lovecraft monsters with first person weapons, traps, smart bombs, anti-missile batteries and equipment. Players will defend their base by tracking the movement of attacking enemies, shooting them down, and dodging different types of powers from those pesky Lovecraftian monsters. The player must defend their base from being destroyed by elder god necro power.

Blockchain prescriptions

Blockchain prescription system will be part of the VRx Emporium. Users can conveniently obtain the real MRI appointment prescription and do not have to wait for bottleneck appointments.

Free therapy access for military veterans

Veterans will be able to reach out to mental health professionals on the platform for free. Many veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and VR-Exposure Based Therapy has demonstrated effectiveness in treating PTSD, where VR can help to modify thoughts emotions through virtual experiences adapted to the person’s needs in order to enhance the process of change.