• [contact-form-7 id=”68688″ title=”Contact form 1″]
  •   15
    July, 2016

    Is it wise to make medical students feel like renegade fictional genius Tony Stark, magically waving human bodies apart like the holographic diagrams in the Iron Man basement lab? Should we use technology to make millennials feel like superheroes? Stop asking difficult philosophical questions and look at how cool this is.

    This augmented reality app is called Project Esper. It uses hand gestures to allow the users move and study anatomy. Users can pull the human body apart and investigate the organs and limbs piece by piece. Look—just look at this magical Star Trek karate: 

    Fun as it is, there are real world applications—medical students can use it to study the human body. Doctors can also use it to visually explain medical issues to patients. The app won’t be released until 2017, so until then, you’re stuck with WebMD.

     

    Comments are closed

    Sorry, but you cannot leave a comment for this post.

     

    Latest Posts

    Latest Video

     
     

    LATEST POSTS

    In less than one hour, WFNS Neuroanatomy Series Wednesday 12 pm GMT, 8 am EST

    WFNS Neuroanatomy Series Wednesday 12 pm GMT, 8 am EST TO REGISTER https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tCjkjEphTrayRzDAfo5FbQ YOU TUBE LINK: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvMRufu7rEnrIFlbWHScE5A

    Join Mailing List

    JOIN MAILING LIST GO TO FORM AT TOP OF PAGE AND PUT YOUR EMAIL IN!! FACEBOOK

    “Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases” , Second Edition by Hal Blumenfeld, Yale University

    SOURCE Printer Friendly Hal Blumenfeld, Yale University School of Medicine The book can be ordered through the Sinauer Associates website. Sample content is also available on that page…. Read More →

    Request a Webcast

    desertedbeach@hotmail.com

    Request Panel Spot

    desertedbeach@hotmail.com please tell us the date, time, studio of Neuroanatomist P P

    MAILING LIST

    MAILING LIST desertedbeach@hotmail.com