- by Ana Casic
Virtual Reality is a transforming technology enabling stereoscopic visualization of medical anatomy
Virtual Reality (VR) offers an incredible sense of spatial awareness, depth, and scale that cannot be matched by any other technology. VR can awake a visceral response in the same way that physical objects can.
The transformative power of VR
The digital age has enabled new ways of teaching and learning. It brought new technologies and reinvented existing ones. VR is promised to revolutionize education and accelerate learning.
Virtual Reality creates a unique learning environment, drives more student engagement, and it is suitable for different learning styles (e.g. kinesthetic, visual learners etc.). Every day new studies prove the benefits of VR in education and simulation training.
The unique advantages of Virtual Reality
Learning in a virtual environment keeps any distractors away due to high degree of immersion by kicking the boredom factor out of the classroom. 3D Organon VR Anatomy has the following unique advantages:
- Stereoscopic presentation of 3D visuals
- User immersion
- Elimination of distractors
- Gamification of learning
- Comprehension of spatial relationships between anatomical structures
- Multisensory experience
- High level of interactivity
New generation of learning tools
The spread of VR technology brought new possibilities for creating a new generation of learning tools. The three-dimensional lifelike experience of 3D Organon VR Anatomy creates a uniquely immersive feeling. Users have the opportunity to visualize and explore anatomy in a way that’s impossible to get in a traditional classroom setup or by viewing pseudo-3D on flat screens.