‘Learning with the help of all of your senses’

Every student of medicine in the world has to pass an anatomy exam, which is considered one of the toughest. Classical studying from Anatomy Atlases is too demanding for imagination, time-inefficient and lacks interactivity. Mobile applications still show up models in 2D and are less interactive, which is inadequate because of the amount and complexity of the structures.

Virtual Medicine from Slovakia developed Human Anatomy VR. Human Anatomy VR is making learning more effective, more interactive and more entertaining. This app represents a unique approach of learning general anatomy. Thanks to excellent graphics, informative content and innovative features learning becomes a rich and engaging experience.

Tomáš Brngál of Virtual Medicine
Tomáš Brngál at the semi-finals of Ideas from Europe 2017, Tallinn, Estonia

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On April 24, Virtual Medicine will be attending the finals of Ideas from Europe in The Hague. Go to our website for more information and to follow the live stream!

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