Once you've set up your VRA screens, you're ready to go.
You have the option of a third screen.
I've only chosen two today.
But a third screen could be placed behind the assistant to have the child focus on that screen once again after turning their head toward either side.
I've set up the demo system today so you can see all the cables.
When you use it in the clinic, you will likely hide the cables away for the sake of appearance.
That's also where the mount comes in, allowing you to hide everything.
Our VRA Screen system is independent of any audiometer, so you can use whatever you have in your clinic when you're using our system.
An audiologist will be sitting outside the booth doing the audiometry and an assistant will be here in the booth with the child and holding the mouse.
When the audiologist presents a sound to the child and the child reacts and turns their head toward the screen, the assistant will click the mouse and activate the screen as a reward.
If the child reacts really well to a video or picture, you can scroll back three times to play the same video or picture again.
If you've made multiple playlists and want to choose another one, scroll forward three times to select the next playlist.
You can see it down in the side of the screen for just one second.
And that's all you need to know to get started with VRA Screen.
Helle Jensen, MSc Audiology and Clinical Product Manager, explains and shows how to use VRA Screen in a clinic.