Transform virtual learning, reform real medicine

Improve outcomes, reduce surgical errors & training time, democratize training

Delivering the best True VR surgical simulation

Running on mass produced, industry standard high-fidelity VR hardware

Training in VR with world renown surgeons

“do, repeat, learn”

About

ORAMA means vision in ancient Greek

Our vision is to change current medical education through Virtual Reality (VR). We transform healthcare outcomes with cutting edge science.

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User Analytics

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Individual Users

  • Free to use

  • Train from the comfort of your home or office

  • Personal skills tracking and development

Medical Schools – Universities

  • Up to 7 remote users collaboration

  • Minimize errors, reduce OR time, assess via objective analytics

  • Affordable cost, high-quality education

  • Curriculum-based, educational approach

Medical Device Companies

  • Complement existing training labs

  • Improve Rep/PA comprehension

  • Portable, marketing tool, promotes industry branding

Products

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Features

based on award-winning

deep, unmatched proprietary technology

Inspired from 19th century geometric algebra, 20th century “12 principles of animation” and as a spin-off of FORTH-ICS, we developed the fastest character interpolation engine and rapid prototyping action software patterns for:

Multi-player, Co-op featuring multiple users.
Analytics engine with cloud-based user assessment.
Gamified rapid prototyping based on Geometric Algebra.
Educational Curriculum enhancing knowledge and skills.
Semantic representation of medical operations.

People

George Papagiannakis
Paolo Alejandro Catilo
Eleftherios Tsiridis, MD, PhD
Panos Trahanias
Nikos Lydatakis
Steve Kateros
Stelios Georgiou
Paul Zikas
Stratos Geronikolakis
Michael Kentros
Manolis Babatsikos
Maria Pateraki
Manos Kamarianakis
Ioanna Kartsonaki
Giannis Evangelou
George Papagiannakis

George Papagiannakis

CEO / CTO / Co-founder

15+ years in VR/AR, Computer Graphics innovation in Industry & Academia

George Papagiannakis is a computer scientist specialized in computer graphics and virtual-augmented reality. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science at the University of Geneva in Switzerland in 2006, his M.Sc. (Hons) in Advanced Computing at the University of Bristol in UK and his B.Eng. (Hons) in Computer Systems Engineering, at the University of Manchester, UK.  He is Associate Professor of Computer Graphics at the Computer Science department of the University of Crete, Greece and Affiliated  Research Fellow at the Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory in the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, Heraklion, Greece where he leads the CG Group. He has also been employed as lead computer graphics programmer in the industrial computer graphics simulation and 3D gaming sector in UK and Switzerland. In 2011 he has been awarded with a Marie-Curie Intra-European Fellowship for Career Development from the European Commission’s Research Executive AgencyIn 2017 he published a Springer-Nature book on Mixed Reality and Gamification which achieved more than 12k downloads in the first 10 months.

Paolo Alejandro Catilo

Paolo Alejandro Catilo

Chief Commercial Officer

Former hedge fund manager, Operator and serial edtech Founder. Focused on the Future of Work. Intelligent machines can help accelerate human learning.

Eleftherios Tsiridis, MD, PhD

Eleftherios Tsiridis, MD, PhD

Chief Medical Officer / VP Sales / Co-founder

Professor of Orthopedics Surgery and Secretary General of the European Hip Society, Founder & CEO ICAROS Arthroplasty Center

Professor Tsiridis is the Secretary General of the European Hip Society, Vice Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery and Head of Adult Joint Reconstruction at PGH Orthopaedic Department of Aristotle University (AUTh) Medical School in Thessaloniki, Hellas. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK; Fellow of the Royal (FRCS) and the American (FACS) College of Surgeons. He hold a PhD from the King’s College London UK; and an MD cum laude from the Athens University Medical School, Hellas. He completed his residency in London, fellowship trained in Boston Medical Centre, USA and Exeter, UK; sabbatical trained at Harvard Children’s Hospital and practiced as Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Leeds University Hospitals. He has published 170 papers (7,000 citations; h:39), several book chapters and he lectures regularly around the world. He is the editor of the “Adult Hip: Master Case Series & Techniques” by Springer 2018 and the president of the “MasterClass in Arthroplasty Conference” in Europe. He has received the  “Rothman-Ranawat”, “Latta” and “Onassis” Fellowships and he is high volume arthroplasty surgeon. Entrepreneur in medicine has founded the C.O.RE (Center for Orthopaedic Research), the ART (Arthroplasty Registry Thessaloniki) and the Private Arthroplasty Center ICAROS.Ltd.

Panos Trahanias

Panos Trahanias

Co-founder

20+ years in AR, Computer Vision, Robotics and Innovation, Academia

Panos Trahanias is a Professor with the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete and ICS-FORTH. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in 1988. Since 1993 he is with the University of Crete and ICS-FORTH. Currently, he is the Director of Graduate Studies at the Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, and the Head of the Computational Vision & Robotics Laboratory at ICS-FORTH where he is engaged in and supervises research and R & D projects in brain-based modeling, human-robot interaction, robot navigation, remote-access robotic systems and augmented reality applications. He has published over 100 papers in technical journals and conference proceedings and has contributed in two books.

Nikos Lydatakis

Nikos Lydatakis

Head of Product Development

Nikos Lydatakis graduated from Computer Science department, University of Crete. He started as a research fellow at the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas, on Computational Vision and Robotics Laboratory. He works in the fields of VR from 2015. He is currently working at ORamaVR as Head of Product Development.

Steve Kateros

Steve Kateros

UX & Product Manager

Steve Kateros has obtained his bachelor degree at the Computer Science Department, University of Crete. A skilled C++, C# developer mostly focused in Game and Graphics Development and with a lot of interest in VR applications. A two year undergrad researcher at ICS-FORTH and he is currently working at ORamaVR as a Product Manager and VR User Experience and Level Design.

Stelios Georgiou

Stelios Georgiou

Core VR Engine Development

Stelios Georgiou started as a research fellow at Foundation of Research Technology-Hellas, Institute of Computer Science. Primary point of interest was to integrate current VR Hardware and Software to custom engines and providing various optimizations for handling 3D space movement and tracking orientation. Also experienced in creating plugins providing controls for VR Hardware. From 2016, he started working at ORamaVR with focus on creating and maintaining a VR optimized platform.

Paul Zikas

Paul Zikas

Character Gamification and Rapid Prototyping

Paul Zikas is a software engineer with experience in AR and VR applications. He worked as an undergraduate researcher at the Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory at FORTH studying Serious Games and Storytelling in Mixed Reality while participating in EU programs and international conferences. As an enthusiast in Computer Graphics and Game Programming, he designed various Mixed Reality applications for educational and entertainment purposes in mobile and desktop platforms. He earned his BSc in Computer Science from the University of Crete specializing in computer graphics.

Stratos Geronikolakis

Stratos Geronikolakis

Backend Developer

Stratos Geronikolakis received his BSc. degree in 2017, from the Department of Computer Science of the University of Crete, specializing in computer graphics. His interest lies in developing 3D applications for cultural heritage. An experienced AR applications developer for Android and iOS devices. He is working at ORamaVR as a backend developer.

Michael Kentros

Michael Kentros

Content Developer

Michael Kentros graduated from the Computer Science Department, University of Crete. He worked at the Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory at FORTH,
as an undergraduate and graduate researcher for 3 years. His main focus lies upon computer graphics with key interest in developing applications for improving the medicine field. He has experience on developing Serious VR Games focusing on improving the wellness of the user. He is currently working at ORamaVR as a VR content developer.

Manolis Babatsikos

Manolis Babatsikos

Business Development Director

3D VR/AR Medical Visualization Specialist – Artist with strong interest on 3D Medical animation projects, specializing on simulating surgical operations of all types. After his BSc studies on Cultural Technology and Communication in University of Aegean and his MSc studies on Digital Visual Effects in University of Kent, Canterbury (UK), he started a personal research on how to combine new technologies, like VR & AR with the 3D Medical animation world and create interactive applications for many professional and educational fields. After his 2 years industry experience as Visual Effects Artist in LEGO Games, where he was working for Warner bros, his multiple year experience on short films as VFX Artist and 3 years experience on working for many medical projects, he became an expert on the 3D professional world. His targets warmed up with the collaboration with ORamaVR, where he is responsible as Creative Executive, to accomplish any challenge that will come on board.

Maria Pateraki

Maria Pateraki

Research Executive

Dr. Maria Pateraki is a researcher in the converging areas of Computer Vision and Photogrammetry with an established track record of developing vision systems for real-world problems. She has R&D experience in industry, research institutes and academia with participation in more than 25 EU, international and national funded projects and her research focus is with respect to 2D/3D object extraction and tracking, 3D pose estimation, 3D reconstruction and image matching. She obtained her Ph.D in Photogrammetry from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) in Switzerland in 2005. Since 2008 is a Associate Researcher at the Computational Vision and Robotics Lab in the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas in Greece. Prior to this post she has been a research associate at the Geomatics Department of the University of Melbourne and the Cooperative Research Center for Spatial Information (CRC-SI) in Melbourne, Australia and a postdoctoral fellow at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. She has also been a visiting assistant professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Crete, Greece (2012-2014) and a visiting lecturer and postdoctoral fellow at the Aristotle University of Thesaloniki (2006-2007).

Manos Kamarianakis

Manos Kamarianakis

SDK R&D

Manos Kamarianakis is a mathematician researcher that specializes in Computational Geometry. He got his PhD in Applied Mathematics from University of Crete, where he studied the Voronoi Diagram of 3D spheres. He also holds a M.Sc. (Hons) in Mathematics from University of Crete, with specialization in Applied Mathematics, mainly concerning various types of Algebra and their applications as well as the design and analysis of algorithms. In the same University, he also obtained his 2 bachelor degrees, both in pure (Hons) and applied mathematics (Hons). During his studies, he got multiple scholarships for his performance as an undergraduate and graduate student. An Onassis foundation scholarship was granted to him in order to obtain his PhD. Currently, he is a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Mathematics & Applied Mathematics and a developer in OramaVR, where he focuses in applications of Clifford and higher-dimension algebras.

Ioanna Kartsonaki

Ioanna Kartsonaki

VR content & front-end developer

Ioanna Kartsonaki has a BSc in Computer Science from University of Crete, with great focus on computer graphics. Her undergraduate thesis is  about VR computer graphics running on low-energy hardware.  She has gained industry experience in Front-end web development. She is heavily interested in Virtual Reality User Experience.

Giannis Evangelou

Giannis Evangelou

VR content developer

Giannis Evangelou is an undergraduate student and researcher in Computer Science Department University of Crete, specializing in game design and computer graphics. His current focus and passion lies on Lighting and VR Content Development.

Advisory Board

Prof. Lawrence
Prof. LawrenceD. Dorr, MD

Professor of Orthopedics Surgery, USC Keck School of Medicine, Medical Director Dorr Arthritis Institute, Good Samaritan Hospital, USA

Prof. William
Prof. WilliamMacaulay, MD

Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases Medical Director International Patient Services NYU Langone Medical Center, USA

Prof. Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen, MD
Prof. Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen, MD

Director for Hip and Knee Replacement, SDU, Vice-President of European Federation of Orthopedics, Denmark

Prof. Christos Kozyrakis
Prof. Christos KozyrakisPhD

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University, multi-scale architecture & systems team, Stanford, USA

Walter
WalterGreenleaf, PhD

Behavioral neuroscientist and medical technology developer at Stanford University, USA

Steve
SteveCiesinski

President of SRI International, innovator, member of Stanford Graduate School of Business, USA

Prof. Nadia
Prof. NadiaMagnenat-Thalmann

Director of Inst. of Media Innovation, NTU, Singapore Head of MIRALab, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Craig
CraigPatterson

CFO at Autonomic Technologies

Dr. Dimitris
Dr. DimitrisProtopsaltou

CEO at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Innovator

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Testimonials

Prof. Lawrence D. Dorr, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Prof. Daniel Thalmann, Honorary Professor at EPFL, Switzerland
Prof. Paul K. Gilbert, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Key Opinion Leaders in Orthopaedics
Prof. Per Kjaersgaard-Andersen and Colleagues, South Danish University, Denmark

This was magnificent, it was really like live surgery. It is very easy to use, I would definitely promote it.

Per Kjærsgaard-Andersen

Per Kjærsgaard-Andersen
We have worked with ORamaVR and our residents absolutely love training with the platform. This has really been good for our training, we are really encouraged with this technology and I am really trying to interest all my colleagues and training centers that this is neccessary for them to make their residents better.

Lawrence D. Dorr

Lawrence D. Dorr

Very nice experience and it will be very fruitfull for young surgeons. It’s a great tool and helpful for the training.

Lazaros Poultsides

Lazaros Poultsides

Quite a fascinating teaching tool. It allows us to take residents through the case step by step without a cadaver or a book. So, it’s a medium that they understand and can appreciate.

Paul K. Gilbert

Paul K. Gilbert

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