Dr McCallum has been teaching game development since 2004, and has been working on a variety of games for health over that period. Recently he has focused on games for cognitive health, including dementia, ADHD and autism. He as also been working in Augmented and Virtual Reality, and has started a Virtual VR laboratory at NTNU in Norway, with 16 Vives in 4 different cities. He has been a long time participant in Games for Health Europe, and is part of Games for Health Norway.
WORKSHOP 4 VR
VR in Healthcare Education
I would like to participate remotely from New Zealand in Virtual Reality. I have been working on VR solutions for remote teaching and collaboration. This work includes distance medical consultations and remote training for first-responders. This session will allow participants to either watch on the big screen, or on their own computers, or connect on the mobile phone in 360 video. This is very much a work in progress where the gaming technology is being used to help engage participants.