Microsoft HoloLens partners with Case Western Reserve to make medical school like a video game


Most likely you’ve heard about HoloLens by know, Microsoft’s holographic headset that brings digital animations, video and games to life. Although it has recently been hyped for its upcoming role in Minecraft, it has also found a home in academic settings as well. Head below to see the full video on how Case Western Reserve is utilizing HoloLens to bring human anatomy to life.

The video is pretty cool, you can see students manipulating 3D models of the body with their hands. There are skeletal, muscular and full body examples that can be controlled for learning about anatomy. Students also work with cross sections of different organs to see how blood flows or how muscles contract in different situations. Overall, it’s an interesting way to learn how the body works.


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