Virtual Reality and Vision Therapy
What is the advantage?


June 24 @ 11am EST

Virtual Reality (VR) has become the Holy Grail of Vision Therapy, a symbol of modernity, but from the technical point of view it is not that new and from the point of view of science the evidence of its utility is still under discussion. In this talk we will try to deep into the facts of VR (and to dismantle the fakes). Our experience in this field, thanks to the scientific collaboration with the University California – Berkeley since 2015 and being the scientific advisor and co- founder of VisionaryTool, S.L., will guide this presentation.

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This webinar is completely free!
After participating in in the webinar, you can choose to fill out the CE questionnaire to earn your credit. The pricing for CE credit is as follows:

  $20 for members                     $40 for non-members
(of Vision Therapy Canada)

**Payment and processing will be handled by Vision Therapy Canada.


Our Presenters

Dr. Santiago Martín González

Santiago Martín received his PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Oviedo in 1997. He worked as an environmental specialist during seven years in several private companies and in the Asturias regional government. Since 2003 Dr. Martin has become a professor of the University of Oviedo, teaching several subjects related to engineering graphics. He is working in the fields of virtual reality, computer graphics and computer vision.

His more relevant collaborations have taken place in the University College London, UCL (professors Anthony Steed and David Swapp) and in the University of California – Berkeley (professors Dennis M. Levi y Jian Ding). He has promoted from the University of Oviedo the development of the startup VisionaryTool, S.L. (www.visionarytool.com).