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May 9, 2019

Yale & HP Research Program Blends Reality to Bring New Perspective to Healthcare Simulation

Writer Mike Cummings’ recent article on Yale’s website entitled ‘Blended Reality’ Brings Diverse Perspectives to Emerging Tech, showcases a collaborative research program exhibition between Yale and HP that brings new perspectives to healthcare simulation technologies. While the full article linked below covers a range of unique creations, the augmented reality manikin from MSN student Travis [...]

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November 1, 2018

Wolters Kluwer Executive: “Simulation is Transforming Healthcare Learning”

Healthcare IT News writer Jessica Davis recently published an interview with Cathy Wolfe, Wolters Kluwer Health Learning, Research and Practice CEO and President who shared that “Advanced technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence and virtual simulation are transforming adaptive learning models in ways that optimize learning and improve knowledge retention”. This is a great article to [...]

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October 25, 2018

Latest Trends in VR, an Expanding Reality for Simulation

VR is becoming a reality for healthcare simulation more so every week, and so today we are going to share a few new virtual reality technologies that will have an impact to our field in the very near future. From haptics devices that let you ‘feel’ your virtual environment to real time animated human AI [...]

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April 16, 2018

ApoQlar’s VSI Promises the Future of Surgery with Hololens

Surgery is a major hub for medical simulation innovation, and apoQlar continues that trend with their Virtual Surgery Intelligence (VSI) line of products which can be used during procedures, for education, and for patient teaching. This German-based startup seeks to move the world, and focuses on creative and active ways for healthcare professionals to learn.

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