Not happy to only assist surgeons via HoloLens, Medivis has expanded its magnified reality suite to Magic Leap One with an app for medical students.
Thursday presented the medical software company AnatomyX, a business-level enhanced reality platform for HoloLens and Magic Leap One-targeted universities and teaching hospitals for anatomy, physiology and pathology studies.
The platform delivers detailed 3D models of more than 5000 anatomical structures made from CT and MRI data from real patients. Students can interact with the models via handheld and more than 100 voice commands. Using the Magic Leap One, users can also take advantage of the 6DoF control to manipulate the models.
"AnatomyX has evolved from one app to a rich platform for the interactive study of human anatomy," said Jennifer Esposito, vice president of health at Magic Leap, in a statement.
"[The app] drives the boundaries of Magic Leap's technology – which includes unique interaction elements and user-sensing ability to give students and instructors an innovative platform for learning and learning. We are proud to be a Medivis App for Magic Leap One & HoloLens you can study the human anatomy of augmented reality ” width=”480″ height=”480″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>
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In addition, AnatomyX certainly has a secure Create account that allows access by students, professors and administrators as well as storage of test results and class analysis. The platform's multiuser mode supports up to 20 users at the same time, making it ideal for observing activities such as virtual dissection.
The company has already reported positive results through the initial AnatomyX pilot program, including 90% of experienced students with a better understanding of the subject and a better classroom experience.
] Last month, Medivis also closed a $ 2.3 million funding round to help introduce apps like SurgicalAR, allowing surgeons to see medical image data via HoloLens.
The fact is that Medivis is the latest in a wide range of software companies that utilize HoloLens for medical solutions. Therefore, the availability of AnatomyX on Magic Leap One will help Magic Leap stick to HoloLens during these crucial early days on the developing business AR market. In addition, this type of software can be used to introduce AR hardware to the next wave of medical personnel whose familiarity with a headset or another can further affect the adoption of these AR platforms in practical environments.