Mitigating traumatic and fearful experiences of children injured in accidents through the implementation of augmented reality in ambulances.


A paramedic's primary function as health-care provider as well as their personal safety is compromised when critical time and attention are spent offering reassurance and emotional support during the ambulance journey.


Using mixed reality and AI to create an interactive experience that can reduce fear, distract from pain, and ease anxiety for children traveling in ambulances.

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Project Contributors:


Claire Puginier - Research, Storyboarding, System Development, Film Editing, Presentation Design

Zhaolin Cai - 3D Modeling, Rendering, 360 Sketch Ideation

Cody Reppert - Cinematography, Film Editing, 360 Video, Wireframing 


Special thanks to:

Cardell Rosser - Teddy Character Design

Coastal EMS - Ambulance Set

Marco Cirri, Francesc Casas, Theresa Lundeen - Goggles used in film

Jason Fox - 360 Film Equipment


Course - Human and Computer Interaction

Professor - Eunki Chung