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Virtual Worlds, Real Results

3D Games, Simulations & Research

Creative Designers

Unbridled creativity meets solid cognitive science

Sharing our Vision for VR Games for Health

Introducing DeepStream 3D

DeepStream 3D Immersive Display DeepStream turns your laptop or tablet into a stunning, panoramic 3D theater. Play games and watch 3D movies in high-resolution stereoscopic 3D without the need to wear glasses or restrictive headgear.

Making VR Pain Control Affordable

Firsthand created the DeepStream 3D to help people in pain. For nearly 20 years, Firsthand has been collaborating with leading scientist, developing virtual reality treatments for pain, trauma and phobias. This research has shown that VR can be effective for many types of therapy when the technology is highly immersive, comfortable, and easy to use. The DeepStream 3D is a new type of VR display with all the right qualities for effective therapy, at an affordable price.
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3D expert, Neil Schnieder of MTBS3D (Meant To Be Seen), talks with Ari Hollander about DeepStream at CES.

Mobile App to Assess Caries Risk

MyCambra: Collaboration with UCSF School of Dentistry
Produced with UCSF School of Dentistry
Dr. Peter Rechmann, Dr. Richard Kinsel, Dr. John D.B. Featherstone

www.mycambra.com      UCSF Press Release      Purchase on the AppStore

Take the guesswork out of Caries Risk Assessment.

CAMBRA (CAries Management By Risk Assessment) is leading a paradigm shift to move beyond the outdated focus on “remove decay and restore”, the proverbial “drill and fill” mindset. MyCAMBRA helps dentists assess patient caries risk, gives an Action Plan for success, and includes educational tools that help patients take charge of their own health.

Creating MyCAMBRA with Firsthand was an incredible, positive adventure. We confronted them with the basic ideas of Caries Management by Risk Assessment – CAMBRA – and our basic concept. It was impressive to see their knowledge and almost unlimited creativity to design, and then deliver an appealing and effective application.

Dr. Peter Rechmann
UCSF, School of Dentistry