Augmented and Virtual Reality medical applications provide an ideal platform for advanced medical education, enabling students and specialists to master their field through deliberate practice before engaging with patients. Anatomical functions and structures that are extremely difficult to visualize through traditional means can be realistically represented through Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality apps designed for medical studies.
Budgets are shrinking, class sizes are increasing, and the amount of knowledge students need to absorb grows every day. There is a need to put into action new learning solutions that enable teachers teach more with less – time, money, and experience.
The business world is prioritizing creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving making traditional methods of teaching, such as rote memorization, no longer sufficient to teach students, especially with the availability of information online.
Students today are bombarded with distractions which are much more appealing that classwork. We need a learning system that is scalable and wildly entertaining so we can awaken a student’s curiosity for learning and make learning addictive.
Because of the sensory and experiential of VR and AR, learners of all three modalities – kinesthetic, visual, and auditory – benefit from Augmented and Virtual Reality medical solutions and achieve faster learning while developing higher level cognitive skills.
Higher Level Knowledge Transfer
Augmented and Virtual Reality medical solutions empower students to learn-by-doing by directly engaging with their subject matter through immersive interactive experiences. Learning transitions from traditional memorization giving students the ability to apply, analyze, evaluate their knowledge improving creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, and communication.
Attention through Greater Level of Engagement
These Augmented and Virtual Reality medical solutions and lessons create an environment in which students are actively participating in their learning material.