We have been told learning is about being engaged. We leave it up to our teachers or trainers to immerse us into the world of learning. This can be demanding of the instructor, especially in an office or lecture hall, with only a textbook or training manual in hand. Immersion is what we need to be engaged in our learning.

What if we could immerse ourselves in a 3D environment that resembles our workplace, or the…

Modified from Aggarwal et al. Virtual reality simulation training can improve inexperienced surgeons’ endovascular skills. Left screen: tool selection; right screen: fluoroscopic image; interface device: patient simulator.

A Few Pictures from Recent Events

Anonymous, Oct 7th, 2015

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