Software Release Notes – Release 1.3
Welcome to the release notes for ACLS VR! Below is a list of new features, improvements, fixes and known issues with version 1.3, released on September 17, 2019.
- You can now give Lidocaine instead of Amiodarone in ventricular fibrillation
- The patient now has defibrillator pads that are connected to the defibrillator
- Users can now say all of the correct managements in ventricular fibrillation in any combination or order
- Avatars react more quickly during cardiac arrest scenarios
- Avatars will not interrupt the user with feedback when they’ve reached the time limit on a rhythm
- Avatars will ask for more information when user doesn’t give instructions for dosage with medications or power for electrical managements
- Users can ask avatars to check for a pulse in non-cardiac arrest rhythms
- Users can cardiovert up to 360 joules
- Clarified the feedback avatars give in a couple circumstances
- Optimized models for better performance
- Avatars can recognize more phrases in all rhythms
- Fixed an issue that caused the Report an Issue button to fail on submission
- Fixed an issue that caused users to get stuck logging in if they haven’t agreed to the Terms of Service already
- If users issue multiple instructions in one statement including a correct management and an incorrect management or a management not relevant for the rhythm (neutral) Avatars will not respond to the incorrect or neutral instructions
- To give the other instructions, simply say them after the avatar has finished doing what they were doing
- When administering Amiodarone during cardiac arrest, the avatar says she’s giving it by IV drip but she pushes it instead.
- WMR headsets can lose track of where they are in the room, leading to a 3 degree-of-freedom experience when putting them on
- If this happens, try taking off the headset, moving to the middle of the room play area and turning the headset in all directions, including up and down. Then put on the headset. It should regain its bearings.
- These don’t affect a user’s ability to complete the application successfully