Reimagine healthcare and medical training​
using Virtual Reality Simulation Labs

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Xennial Digital collaborates with University of Miami to create immersive simulation labs to train School of Medicine students.​

The University of Miami and Xennial Digital are developing immersive training simulators, to provide nurse and medical students the tools and resources they need to practice and assess their skills through virtual hands-on environments — whether they are in the classroom or in a remote location.​

Demo our 5-module training solution to see if this is right for your organization


Our VR Simulators...

Enable nurse and medical students to be more confident going into clinical environments through repetitive, risk-free practice with medical equipment and procedures.

Offer training organizations cost-effective, ROI-driven immersive training solutions without the high investment of physical simulation labs, which can cost upwards of $750,000*.​

Enable multi-user environments where faculty can teach and students can learn in real-time, in a highly collaborative immersive environment.​

Eliminate the physical risk associated with dangerous procedures during training.​

Allow students to focus on learning with zero distractions.​

The student will:

  • Set up the equipment by positioning the forehead strip and activating the correct vaporizer level.
  • Monitor the patient by reading the main monitor to make sure the SEV levels are correct.

The student will:

  • Set up the equipment and prepare the fluid warming unit.
  • Monitor and identify the Post Pressure Variation or PPV of the patient on the main anesthesia monitor.

The student will:

  • Set up the Baer hugger unit and apply the forced air blanket on the upper, lower or under body.
  • Monitor and ensure the temperature probe (esophageal or skin) has reached the correct temperature on the Baer unit.

The student will:

  • Set up the ETT (endotracheal tube) for intubation and extraction with mechanical and machine lung ventilation.
  • Monitor the capnography for etCO2 pre, during and post patient procedure, including troubleshooting scenarios.

The student will:

  • Set up and begin the initial administration and monitoring of nerve blocking agents.
  • Position electrodes and monitor nerve blocking effectiveness on three locations – Adductor Pollicis (thumb), Flexor Hallucis (foot) and Orbicularis Oculi (face) using TOF and tetanus stimuli.


Features to be included in our comprehensive VR nurse training simulator:


Enterprise Management:

  • Updates to existing products​.
  • Purchase new healthcare simulation products as they are released.


  • Integration with existing authentication systems​.
  • Run VR training experiences offline.


  • Capture detailed metrics and assessment results from students and trainees​.
  • Gather detailed metrics on content usage, such as date, devices, time spent, among others​.

Multiuser learning:

  • Allow students and faculty to collaborate in real-time as avatars​.
  • Empower faculty to take students on engaging, immersive learning experiences within VR environments.

In collaboration with

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Supported on leading VR headsets

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