Published March 20, 2023
Learn all about Fatal Vision’s innovative products in this blog post! Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Glasses are an innovative way to teach students and adults alike about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, drowsy driving, and more. But even if you’re a long-time Fatal Vision user, there may be a few surprising things you don’t know […]
Published October 11, 2022
Find out everything you need to know about Fatal Vision goggles! Our Fatal Vision® Impairment goggles are among the most popular tools we offer for safe driving education and awareness programs, and for a good reason. They offer a hands-on way for students and other program participants to experience effects similar to various types […]
Published September 26, 2022
Learn how Innocorp’s Fatal Vision alcohol and other drug impairment simulation goggles went from an idea to a finished product. Working to keep our communities safe from needless injuries and fatalities is Innocorp’s overarching mission and driving purpose. Our vision is to revolutionize the health, safety, and prevention industry by creating innovative and engaging […]
Published August 30, 2022
Learn about our suite of tools to help your drug education program. Putting students in the “driver’s seat” of their education is a surefire way to engage them on a deeper, more meaningful level. The same is true regarding the serious topic of drug and alcohol education. Drug education products effectively get students […]
Published July 21, 2022
Opioid, marijuana, and alcohol impairment goggles used to engage and educate. COVID-19 has disrupted all our lives. For New England College in New Hampshire, the pandemic delayed its use of three Fatal Vision® product kits — the Marijuana Campaign Kit, the Alcohol Campaign Kit, and the Opioid Program Kit — for two years. But […]
Published August 20, 2020
Hi, my name is Tim Jorgensen in product development with Innocorp, Ltd. Today I want to give some guidance on our available SIDNE® packages and the right option for you to help meet your outreach goals. SIDNE is our Simulated Impaired Driving Experience®, a custom-built electric powered kart that gives drivers and passengers a […]
Published January 27, 2017
Verona, Wisconsin… Innocorp, Ltd. is seeking schools willing to participate in a study this spring evaluating the impact of using the Fatal Vision® Marijuana goggles in a program highlighting the dangers of marijuana use and driving. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of using the marijuana goggles in changing beliefs that driving under the influence of marijuana is of little risk and fostering behavioral intentions toward sober driving.
Published January 19, 2017
This November’s elections showed just how much attitudes toward marijuana use have changed in the United States. Nine states voted on marijuana legalization this fall. Post-election results? Eight of those nine states voted to legalize some form of marijuana use, whether medical or recreational. The upshot is that more than half of the states in the US have now legalized some type of marijuana use.
Published July 18, 2016
Impaired and distracted driving is a serious problem for every age group but it’s especially problematic for inexperienced teen drivers. To reach them with the safe driving message, it’s important to go the extra mile. And for Robin Bennett of Lexlee’s Kids in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, that means incorporating the Simulated Impaired Driving Experience (SIDNE®) into Ready Set Drive, which is the Lexlee’s Kids young driver safety program.
Published December 10, 2015
Like many communities within a rural setting, Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, has some partying teens. Students believe that good times lie in alcohol and marijuana use. And when teens party, impaired driving isn’t far behind. That’s why the Fatal Vision® Marijuana Simulation Experience Kit helps educate Alberta youth.
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