The first medical device to employ VR technology for a wide range of uses in medicine.

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The first VR solution in MedTech

VR MED is the first medical device in the world to employ VR technology for a wide range of uses.

It has similar success not only in ophthalmology, but also neurology and rehabilitation. All you need for the transformation is to put in the required software and configure the system.This equipment covers a large part of the clinic’s needs with VR technology.Today, the VR headset is capable of replacing 40% of all instrument functionality ophthalmology room. Development of new directions of diagnostics and treatment of patients is conducted.The technology is patented.

VRMD tokens will become an internal currency of the platform, allowing users to get software to extend the functionality of the gadget and support new developments on the platform.

Vision Field Analyzer

The VR MED headset provides vision field analysis to allow physicians to diagnosis early-stage glaucoma. Preliminary testing of the headset, completed at the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, has confirmed the uniqueness and innovation of this product. Now the equipment is undergoing testing at the Institute of Eye Diseases at the Russian Academy of Sciences.


The VR MED headset is mobile. To use it, the clinician needs only the headset itself, and the notebook that it will be plugged into. Its weight (0.4 kg, about one pound) and compact dimensions add to its ease of transport. It can be used in mobile medical units, small stationary clinics and with telemedicine set-ups.

Ergonomic Design

VR MED is integrated into a headset with ergonomic design, which, in contrast with its competitors, provides a higher degree of accuracy in rapid-speed eye-tracking. This gives the headset versatility for use in various medical settings.

Gadget Features

VR MED is unique in its functional capabilities. One device contains the power to collect data in more than one sphere of medicine:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Neurology
  • Ophthalmology