FundamentalVR Partners with Leading Robotics Expert Haply Robotics

FundamentalVR, a global leader in immersive surgical training through ground-breaking HapticVR™ technology, and Haply Robotics, an award-winning technology expert in the fields of haptics and robotics technologies, are thrilled to announce their new partnership that will support FundamentalVR’s mission to transform traditional surgical training methods through virtual reality (VR), and deliver to users a ground-breaking and immersive experience.

As an expert in the fields of haptics and robotics technologies, Haply Robotics develops highly portable, performant, and affordable haptic controllers, led by their flagship Inverse3 device. The partnership is the latest in a series of strategic moves by FundamentalVR that will expand its offering to procedures that require high fidelity reach.

“We are always looking for innovative ways to expand and improve our SaaS platform Fundamental Surgery,” said Richard Vincent, Co-founder and CEO of FundamentalVR. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Haply Robotics – a leader in kinesthetic grounded haptics – and continue to support our medical device and pharmaceutical partners’ educational programs to allow better product adoption by advancing our strategy for a hardware agnostic open platform and its skills transfer capabilities.”

Through VR and HapticVR™ technology, the Fundamental Surgery platform allows for collaborative clinical training, while improving patient outcomes and lowering surgical risks during even the most complex and challenging surgeries. Its patented technology mimics the physical touch of surgical actions and accurately simulates the sensations of bone textures, muscle, and soft tissue.

“We’re excited to support FundamentalVR’s rapidly growing business strategy by providing an integral component of a complete high-fidelity simulation solution,” said Colin Gallacher, President and Co-Founder of Haply Robotics. “Haply’s haptic devices will enhance FundamentalVR’s developed virtual environment and medical training scenarios through force feedback and sense of touch.”

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