At the RSNA 2018, Philips presented its vision on what patient and staff experience could look like in a future radiology department. Oddz created a VR experience which enabled Philips Design and Philips research to present new innovations, in the context of clinical workflow and a new enhanced patient experience.
Using immersive VR allows radiologists and hospital management to have a sneak peek at the Philips innovations to come. This gives Philips many valuable insights and feedback, which is fed back into their research and design innovation projects.
Ahorse is a cinematic VR installation produced and directed by Wendy Gutman. A 360 video transitions into a 3D world which is experienced on horseback. The installation consists of a VR headset combined with a small motion platform. The motion platform has an inflatable and moving saddle as well as a virtual set of reigns that allows the user to control direction and speed. Oddz made modifications to the AI way-point software that controls the horse in order to allow the user some degree of freedom in choosing their path through the virtual world. Oddz also created the software that links all functions of the motion platform with the virtual world experience through an Arduino.
Ahorse is currently touring all major VR festivals worldwide.