a new mixed reality technology (which combines the interactivity of virtual reality and the visual power of augmented reality), will allow medical students to practice diagnosis and treatment with patients made from holograms.
This innovative approach promises to improve the experience of human patients, although they are not in the real world, in the virtual one. Students will be able to treat their patients using technology that mimics medical conditions And they have to make real-time decisions about treatment, according to their creators.
the first to experiment with holographic patient He was a medical student at Addenbrook University Hospital in Cambridge, England.
Using a piece of equipment called a ‘holo-lens’, which is mixed reality glasses, Doctors of the future had first learning module which focuses on respiratory disease care and emergency management.
The innovative training method seeks to improve upon traditional resources for learning medicine such as mannequins, books and software.
The technology, called ‘HoloScenarios’, is available for license in medical institutions around the world and its creators say it provides cost-effective and flexible training that can renew traditional medicine training.
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