Intervoke works closely with universities and teaching hospitals providing immersive training solutions for student and patient education. We create custom curriculum software for learning management systems used by medical students and complex teaching platforms for patient education used by doctors to explain medical diagnosis and treatment. Learning management systems, such as Blackboard, are used to track student performance within the online curriculum based content. Whether a student is learning a new surgical technique or studying anatomy and physiology, our custom applications are built with unlimited chapters and testing to increase learning retention. And, doctors need to help patients understand their disease and method of treatment. We engineer custom learning platforms to show step-by-step procedures, using our own custom 3D models for patient education. Our intuitive interface design concepts and scientifically accurate 3D models bring awareness and education to patients in need of understanding their disease and treatment, during a time when things need to be easy to understand and presented using the latest technology for education. Our UI/UX designers capture rich insights inside of our UNITY platform for immersive applications that have custom touch screen interaction, and rendered for VR or AR.
Intervoke provides the pharma and medical device industries with Method of Action 3D videos using our own scientifically verified 3D models to train medical professionals. We specialize in optimized content delivery, which means taking our own high resolution, photorealistic 3D models and working with cutting edge technology to develop MoA/MoD marketing videos for investor relations, doctors, patient education, hospital staff, surgeons, pharma reps, and students. 3D animation videos show how new technology works on intricate levels, when details are crucial for drug treatment and surgical techniques. Intervoke also provides a rich interactive web GL programming interface to use with our own 3D models for annotation implementation. This immersive interface or Web 3D is available with our 3D models, while annotations can be applied to anatomy and physiology for teaching purposes, and available in real time.
Intervoke brings complex science to life using our own custom 3D models and animations. We specialize in interactive exhibits for all ages, using the latest technologies for interactive hardware, allowing museums to display AR, VR and touch screen displays for immersive life science exhibits. Custom interactive exhibits are readily available for licensing, as we have custom IP Unity exhibits for use with touch screen displays. Our 3D models are available for licensing for AR exhibits, and Unity gaming applications as well.
"The 3d brain model from Intervoke is the most accurate brain models I have seen; the details of both the gyri/sulci and the internal structures (basal ganglia, limbic system) make it the closest alternative to the real brain."
"Working with INTERVOKE was a great experience. Their team was easy to work with, creative, innovative and collaborative. I will no doubt look to work with them again.
Their work is amazing!"
"The University of Manchester has recently evaluated 60 educational virtual reality programs with over 300 staff and students. The Physiology of the Eye software stood out from the others with its extremely high fidelity and interactive animations. Intervoke also had the foresight to connect the inbuild assessment tool to learning management systems commonly used by universities. The University of Manchester is currently building this program into its optometry curriculum."
"Intervoke was able to make the unique aspects of the MoA come to life. Very cutting edge graphical depictions. Your work helped to separate us from our competitors
...very well done."
"...a major breakthrough in terms of inspiring prospective learners and producing an innovative way to acquire knowledge."
"...photo-realism aesthetics and scientific accuracy, the perfect mix to take education
to the next level."
"A beautiful example of how virtual reality is poised to transform life sciences and education."