Augmented Reality
for Emergency Care



With the use of Augmented Reality as a cutting-edge technology, HeroSight has with co-creating end-users taken the first steps to solve educational challenges by developing an AR software for training of emergency care in prehospital and clinical environments. HeroSight’s AR solution will enhance the realism of simulations whilst lowering costs of resources.

HeroSight uses hardware by Microsoft HoloLens.

HeroSight uses hardware by Microsoft HoloLens.

How it works

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1. AR Injuries

When wearing AR glasses, 3D animations such as injuries, are detected by HeroSight’s software. These can be applied on a person or a mannequin. All features, including 360 sounds will be triggered by the use of markers or pose estimation technology.

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2. AR Information Layer

All features – injuries, props, instructions, and educational hints - are pre-made. Therefore, the core value of HeroSight’s software is minimized preparation time compared to existing traditional simulation training methods.


3. AR Guidance

HeroSight’s solution will include features for instant feedback. This provides opportunities of resource efficiency, and possibilities for the crucial repetition of simulation training for a broad range of emergency care performers.




Daniel Pejcinovski, Team Leader & Developer

A dedicated Backend C++ programmer with a focus on performance systems. Daniel Pejcinovski often solves challenges in his field faster than expected, sometimes supported by a broader technical interest in topics such as 3D-Modeling, electronic creations, led inventions, and genuine synthesizer spirit. 


Daniel Kindstrand, CEO & Founder

Daniel Kindstrand holds a MSc in Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation, combined with field experience as a freelance journalist in hostile areas. Daniel has participated in several trauma treatment courses and gained knowledge in drills and scenario training through previous work in the port of Gothenburg and on commercial fleets. Today he is fully committed to building a high-tech startup with the aim of saving lives at scalable heights.


Joseph Cherry, Sound Designer & Developer

Working with film, games, and VR/AR experiences Joseph Cherry is a voice actor and creative programmer who aims to create emotive experiences with sound and interaction. Previously he has worked with SceneThere, Wolt & Malmö Stad.


Mikael Högström, Senior Technical Advisor

Engineer specialized in military simulation equipment for skills training. Mikael has experience within AR and VR technology, game engine software, cloud solutions, building and designing platforms.


Henrik Josander, Cognitive Science

Henrik Josander is studying the Master's program in Cognitive Science at Lund University and holds B.A. in Behavioral Science with a focus on neuropsychology. During the past 12 months he has been working on an AR-application that supports patrolling guards in their daily activities. With a profound interest in cognitive neuropsychology, new technology and human-computer interaction, he now has an advisory role in the AR-based startup HeroSight.


Jan-Olof Svärd, Medical Advisor

Specialized in general surgery with a broad medical perspective. However, he has engaged in athletic medicine, international military service, and an ongoing part-time position at Försvarsmakten. Additionally, Jan-Olof Svärd has previous experience of developing medical tools for the healthcare industry.


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