The last thing this exciting probably happened with “Fabrica”, which is the first anatomical comprehesive text, which was published centuries ago.
Education via VR/AR enables more immersive, engaging, and experiential learning to occur by presenting data in a way that deepens essential medical knowledge.
It’s a learning experience almost like putting a puzzle together.
It’s almost like you can step into the body.
Because it’s 3D you are actually able to see it like you do in person. So, perhaps we are not able to go to the cadaver lab at OSU to actually see a real autopsy. But now, the kids can kind of get their hands on a body.
We are committed to having our students train first in a simulated environment, while they are learning in a clinical environment under close supervision.
Ιt gives students the ability to take a look inside the human body, as well as dissect and manipulate each anatomical region.