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Monday, February 14, 2011

TRAVEL & INSIDE SL - Virtual Medical Doctor, Part Two - Shon Charisma Reporting...

About three weeks ago, in an SLE article, I told you all about the virtual game VMD (Virtual Medical Doctor) created by MadPea Productions.

The last image I showed you had me at the door that would lead me into the hospital to begin my surgery.

Only this time, I donned my VMD gear.

Shon Charisma, VMD

Needless to say, I was nervous. I studied as much as I could before venturing forward, but I was eager to see what happened during surgery, so I pushed forward and entered the hospital where I first had to wash up and be scanned for contaminants before heading to Cheiron Bay.

Once with my patient, I was able to check his back story and vitals before entering the brown Cheiron. There are a few different cheirons, each dealing with a different organ.

In a matter of seconds, the cheiron was miniaturized, and I entered my patient's stomach to explore any issues.

Traveling through patient's stomach

During my exploration, I found a gastric polyp and had to deploy the anchor and take a tissue sample to perform pathological examination. In the process, the polyp began to bleed, and I had to fix the problem before moving on. It took some time--a lot of time--for me to fix the issue, but once I did, I was able to continue on.

The polyp

Had to fix the bleeding

Not even five seconds later, I found an ulcer, but the cheiron lost battery power before I could tend to it or the rest of my patient's issues.

Overall during my VMD Journey, I realized that practice makes perfect. During my first go with surgery, I didn't do as well as expected, but I had fun trying to figure out the HUD, moving throughout the patient's body, tending to issues that arose, and panicking when I couldn't figure out what to do or how to do it. More practice is definitely needed if I want that VMD after my name to mean something!

I plan to go back soon and raise my level from very, very bad to at least fairly competent, and you should check out Virtual Medical Doctor, too. The slurl is [here].

Check out this video by MadPea productions on VMD...


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