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

'VR Human Anatomy' to Give Medical Students a 'Hands-On' Using Oculus Touch

  • ‘VR Human Anatomy’ to Give Medical Students a ‘Hands-On’ Using Oculus Touch
  • Preliminary release for VR Human Anatomy is slated for the second half of 2016 pending the arrival of Oculus Touch.
  • The software, which is touted to “overcome the stereotype of the complexity of [learning] the human anatomy,” lets you literally pick apart the human body with your hands and inspect it naturally.
  • The software is currently in preliminary testing at a workstation at the University of Zurich’s Faculty of Anatomy, allowing medical students to give direct feedback to the studio.
  • Vedavi hasn’t signed any exclusivity deals with Oculus, so there’s no telling where they’ll take it next, whether it be mobile VR or otherwise.

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

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