Diagnosis of Stroke Symptoms Becomes Easier With Think F.A.S.T, a VR App - MobileAppDaily

Diagnosis of Stroke Symptoms Becomes Easier With Think F.A.S.T, a VR App

Think F.A.S.T is a VR app developed to train medical professionals to diagnose stroke symptoms

Virtual Reality published date 27th October, 2017 James Lawson

An amazing way to diagnose stroke symptoms and save lives is here. Think F.A.S.T is an outstanding powerful app developed by Qualcomm is an archetype VR app designed to diagnose the symptoms of stroke. It is capable of recognizing the symptoms like facial drooping, arm weakness, speech difficulties etc.

This application is developed to train the medical professionals to understand and easily recognize the signs of heart illness. It was designed next to the Texas-based gaming studio ForwardXP. It includes motion tracking of a hand movement, voice tracker and a walk in and around the virtual medical professional’s office.

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Implementation of Think F.A.S.T VR app is certainly an inexpensive way to train the professionals and also it takes lesser time to understand the criticalities of the heart illness. F.A.S.T is derived from Facial, Arm weakness, Speech difficulties and Time, which is not only innovative but also relates completely to the purpose of this application birth.

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However, this application has a hint of sci-fi element which does complete justice for this app for being based on virtual reality. It takes the professionals step by step through a form of floating eyeball orb, which includes various input methods of tracking the motions and voice around the virtual space.

Think F.A.S.T VR app is still undergoing the earlier stages of the demo, it has to be perfect and absolutely impeccable before the implementation so that there should not be any mistake while diagnosing the critical illness like a heart stroke.

 

This application by Qualcomm has been developed with the vision of giving new dimensions to the medical treatment procedures through the digital and virtual reality basis. It is certainly going to be a burning sensation in the medical industry as it will change the conventional thoughts about the treatment standards.

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This VR app is also going to take the powerful capabilities of Qualcomm as an organization to the heights. Although, Qualcomm has already started to create the waves of success with the demo and the introduction of this highly creative VR application.

It is going to change the future completely not only for the company but also for the medical professionals. It is going to minimize or zero down the time of the training, the cost of the training and the unblemished virtual reality to do the diagnosis and the treatment is going to be remarkable in all the cases.

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Still, this demo is not a replacement for the real-time experience but the speed with which the technology is advancing this process is going to educate the medical trainees in the lesser time and undoubtedly a lot of lives will be saved. Touché to Think F.A.S.T the VR app!

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James Lawson

James Lawson

James is a writer and editor at MobileAppDaily and he is famous as a tech journalist at MobileAppDaily. He focuses on the mobile app startups & ventures and brings them to the light. He has started his career as a tech writer 6 years ago just after completing his degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.

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