Physiological Visualizations & Simulations
Virtual Molecular Level Interactions Between Cannabinoids, Terpenses
The Human Endocannabinoid System
& The Overall Human Experience
Close up of animated patient. His heart beats and his lungs inhale and exhale.
Our platform will allow doctors, researchers and our viewers to simulate
what occurs when patients consume marijuana.
When appropriate, our simulations will have a high degree of photo realism.
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 human endocannabinoid system.
You will be able to see realtime simulations of the effects marijuana has on the whole body,
various organs, and with one button press, be transported inside the animated patient's brain,
where you will be able to see the interaction between marijuana,
the complex neural network and the human endocannabinoid system.
We are especially interested in medical marijuana efficacy in the following areas:
Pain Management, PTSD, Seizures, Dementia, Alzheimers, ALS and Parkinsons.
More details coming soon about our medical simulations and their potential applications.
Close up of 3d model of part of a neural network in the human brain.
Cannabinoid VR will use realtime interactive animations to demonstrate
a complex virtual active neural network and how it interacts
with cannabinoids and the human endocannabinoid system.
Phase 2 of Cannabinoid VR will allow for the user to choose
the medical marijuana dosage levels, and see results based on those doses.
These simulations will be useable on laptops, tablets
and in full immersion Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
Molecular Level: We will build a realtime interactive active molecular simulator
that will show how live THC and CBD and other Cannabinoid molecules interact with the human body and brain.
This is one of the prototype spaces we will use for networked virtual meetings and presentations.
For our viewers, doctors, researchers and patients.
Cannabinoid VR will function as a standalone app.
As well, it will also function as a virtual research and learning tool
that can be displayed and worked on within the virtual meeting space above.
This can be experienced on a laptop or desktop,
Or, in Virtual / Augmented Reality.
This type of shared experience can be impactful for learning, research and development.
Animated virtual realtime interactive simulation of doctors
testing the efficacy of CBD oil on a patient that experiences daily brain seizures.
In this education module example, the doctors are observing
a noticeable drop in seizure activity 90 minutes after the CBD oil was ingested.
This is an early stage working prototype.
An early stage sketch of the lobby of our virtual medical research and development facility.
The virtual facility is located by a beautiful lake that is surrounded by forests and mountains.