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Virtual Reality Data Visualizer


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Take a first-hand look at the latest in digital health technology, the Virtual Reality Data Visualizer. Forged from a partnership between Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide and Patient Connect; this tool brings together a wealth of patient data with virtual reality expertise and immersive experiential technology. Check it out at this year’s European Respiratory Society Congress.

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Virtual Reality Data Visualizer

  1. 1. September 2017 Ritesh Patel / Nelson Figueiredo
  2. 2. HOW DID WE GET HERE? Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide teamed up with independent data provider Patient Connect to showcase some innovative and collaborative technology at this year’s European Respiratory Society (ERS) Congress. Patient Connect is an international organization specializing in patient education at the point–of–dispensing, tackling the issues of medicine compliance throughout Europe and America, and in turn supporting millions of patients managing their diseases. Armed with vast amounts of patient data, Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide and Patient Connect came together to fuse a partnership elevating this data, technology, and visual expertise.
  3. 3. THE BIRTH OF THE VR DATA VISUALIZER Simply pointing and clicking through vast amounts of data laid out in 2D via charts and graphs doesn’t provide an effective way to illustrate insights from these deep data sets. Immersing the user in a 3D experience with the data brings us closer to seeing and understanding the relationships. That is why moving into virtual reality and giving the user a first-hand look at the data coming to life has the ability to convey the flow and connections illustrating impactful insights.
  4. 4. PATIENT JOURNEY Our internal teams began discussing an approach and conceptual design. The original design mapped the entire patient journey from start to finish on the screen at the same time. Despite the holistic view, this was quite busy and would end up looking cluttered with this vast set of respiratory data.
  5. 5. THE APPROACH The new approach instead has the patient respiratory data breaking the journey down into stages, giving users a clearer view of where their patients are during certain stages of the journey. Users can then switch between stages, compare the sizes of the data-planets, and watch the orbs transition from one planet to the next, or get sucked into the black hole of lost patients.
  6. 6. USABILITY The addition of the Leap Motion controllers allows anyone to jump into VR and feel right at home as opposed to getting people accustomed to various hand controllers. The combination of full visual immersion and natural hand gestures allows the user to dive into the data in ways that have not been possible to date.