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The Broomx MK360

The latest advance in VR technology!

Newly arrived to North America, the Broomx MK360 virtual reality technology creates a fully immersive experience without the need for VR headsets.
And while other technology requires multiple projectors, the Broomx is the only fully mobile, all-in-one unit. It projects a video that stretches across three walls and onto the ceiling, creating a captivating  experience within a user’s entire field of vision. More than 100 different 360-degree videos come with the Broomx.
The device creates a virtual experience that is not only entertaining but engaging cognitively, emotionally and socially. It offers great benefits to users, especially older adults, including those with dementia, and people with special needs, including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The many rewards range from lifting moods to creating feelings of calm and relaxation, as well as improving cognitive function, stimulating memory and reducing chronic and acute pain.
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Read the Research!

To learn more about how older adults with dementia living in long-term-care faciities, and other special-needs users, are benefitting from interacting with the Broomx MK360, please click here

Watch this testimonial

See how residents of a seniors’ home in Spain are benefiting from experiences with the Broomx MK360!

Virtual reality offers many immersive solutions for healthcare and well-being

A new ally for medical practitioners:

Leading hospitals and physicians use the Broomx MK360 in diverse specialties, including mental health, pediatrics, neurology, palliative and geriatric care

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Therapeutic resource and teaching methodology

Leading hospitals and physicians use the Broomx MK360 in diverse specialties, including mental health, pediatrics, neurology, palliative and geriatric care

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Mind care and development

  • Memory stimulation for the treatment of Alzheimer’s and other degenerative neurological diagnoses
  • Autism spectrum disorder, intellectual development disabilities, or neuro-development disorders
  • Cognitive stimulation for ICU patients
  • Treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  • Other mental health therapies.
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Exposure therapy for phobias

Self-guided or clinician-led cognitive-behavioral therapies for phobias through personalized treatments.

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Pain reduction through distraction

VR has been used in pediatric and adult populations for pain reduction purposes in hospitals, clinics, and home settings, such as:
  • Movement therapy and rehabilitation
  • Phlebotomy
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Muscular pain
  • Odontology
  • Dressing changes for burn patients
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Other psychological applications

  • Reducing delusions and hallucinations in intensive care
  • Reducing attention deficits on psychotic disorders
  • Enhancing psychological well-being
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More applications

  • Treatment for multiple sclerosis
  • Improving doctor-patient communication
  • Vestibular disorders
  • Balance control for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD)
  • Bettering patient experience
  • Educational tool for healthcare professionals.
broomx projected on wall for learning

The Broomx MK360 can immerse you in so many different worlds

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Close-up broomx's projected singing bowls beach scene
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Broomx MK360 VR benefits for those in long-term care

Explore Google Street View on the MK360!