«Penumbra, which makes devices to treat stroke and brain aneurysms, began exploring the healthcare applications of virtual reality in 2017 through a joint venture with California-based virtual reality company Sixense. Last year, the company stepped up its pursuit of the opportunity, buying Sixense for $251 million and introducing the REAL i-Series. The product had a virtual-reality-enabled headset with gaze navigation and activities designed to address mental well-being and cognition.»

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