Microsoft as of late released a video showcasing how its augmented reality gadget HoloLens could be used in educating medicine. The video was made in a collaboration with Case Western Reserve University.

On the video, medicine students were able to walk around a holographic projection of the human body. This way students can perceive how bones, muscles and additionally other organs of the human body work without the need to dissect a cadaver. Through the use of HoloLens’ enlarged reality environment, students and educators can make simulations of a few medical situation without the need of a live human patient which in turn creates a low-stress environment for future medical practitioners.

The HoloLens video presentation likewise allow viewers to have an approximation of the gadget’s field of vision. This is the first run through Microsoft introduced the HoloLens’ field of vision.

While the field of view displayed on the video does not realistically portray what the HoloLens user really see, it gives the viewer at least a vague thought of how augmented reality works.

The video was posted on video-sharing site YouTube and its description reads, “See how Microsoft HoloLens changes the way we teach anatomy and our comprehension of the human body as we help to prepare the next generation of doctors.”

According to PC World, Microsoft is currently offering grants amounting to $100,000 to researches who have thoughts on how to increase the HoloLens’ application. Microsoft said that beside the money related grant, picked researchers will likewise get HoloLens development units for them to be able to tinker with the gadget.

Microsoft plans to reveal the picked researchers in October, as indicated by The Verge.

Source : YIBADA

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