Slovakia-based Virtual Medicine a unique approach of learning general anatomy

 

 

Learning about the human anatomy with the help of Virtual Reality (VR). That is the aim of Virtual Medicine, found by four students of Univerzita Komenského in Bratislava.

Virtual Medicine has created a revolutionary medical VR app that helps medicine students learn the anatomy of the human body. “Human anatomy is essential part of medicine. This app represents a unique approach of learning general anatomy,” says Tomas Brngal, CEO.

The VR-app is especially made for the popular Oculus Gear range of Samsung. Within a month of release on the Gear Platform, it was downloaded thousands of time by people all over the world. The company has been working almost three years on the project and has already won different awards with their idea.

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