Cannabinoid VR : An immersive platform to explore and understand the relationship
between marijuana, cannabinoids and the human endocannabinoid system.
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Cannabinoid VR


The Human Endocannabinoid System

Physiological Implications


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from the interactive realtime 3D working demos.
Details about the Education content
and other elements & strategies are in the works.

We want to make it clear that these spaces below
are not physical locations. They are spaces that you
will be able to explore on your computer and other devices,
including in Virtual and Augmented Reality.

You will be able to move around and interact with objects,
and view educational information 
as text, audio and video.

Alternatively, you will be able to be more passive,
and watch animated walk thrus and flythrus of the spaces,
in a more movie-like experience. 
420 : Cannabinoid VR - Overview    Alpha 1.28

Cannabinoid VR is a platform that does the following:

1. Video & Live Virtual Events
a. Video
b. Live Events: Video Streaming, Q/A, online chat and more.
    The Live Events will be recorded for future playback.


Medical Visualizations

Animated simulation of doctors testing the efficacy of CBD oil on a patient with brain seizures.
This is an early stage prototype.

When appropriate, our simulations will have a high degree of photo realism.

Close up of animated patient. His heart beats and his lungs inhale and exhale.

Close up of animated patient.
His skull is slightly transparent, revealing a model of a simple neural network in his skull.
Our platform will simulate the effect of medical marijuana on the human brain.
We will also create a simulation of the endocannabinoid system.

We are especially interested in medical marijuana efficacy in the following areas:
Seizures, Dementia, Alzheimers, ALS and Parkinsons. 

More details coming soon about our medical simulations
and their potential applications.



Close up of neural network




We will build a realtime interactive active molecular simulator
that will show how live THC and CBD molecules interact with the human body and brain. 

This is the space we use for virtual meetings and presentations.
Doctors and researchers.

Includes a kitchen and eating area. 


An early stage sketch of the lobby of our virtual medical research and development facility.
The facility is located by a beautiful lake that is surrounded by forests and mountains.