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Friday, June 3, 2016

Oculus Touch And Teaching Human Anatomy

‘VR Human Anatomy’ to Give Medical Students a ‘Hands-On’ Using Oculus Touch (+Video)

Scott Hayden | May 31, 2016

Vedavi, a medical animation studio working closely with the University of Zurich, wants students to drop the heavy books and plastic models and pick up a pair of Oculus Touch controllers later this year with their highly detailed anatomy software, VR Human Anatomy.
I spoke with Vedavi’s Managing Director and recent graduate from University of Zurich with a Master of Medicine, Moritz Schwyzer, to get a better idea of what was in store for VR Human Anatomy.


<more at; related articles and links: (Researher explores virtual reality in surgical training. October 12, 2015) and (How this med school is using virtual reality to teach students. October 16, 2015)

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