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Virtual Reality Anatomy

What is Virtual Reality Anatomy?

Virtual reality experiences (VRE) are intended to give the viewer a realistic experience inside a virtual world, using the technologies to influence the human brain into believing that what they are experiencing is real, allowing the impact of the VRE to be that of a seemingly real experience. Virtual reality is very useful for teaching since the tool is interactive and makes it easier for students to understand human anatomy. This technology takes teaching human anatomy to a new level. A student can parallel what is being taught on the projector and manipulate a 3D model on his/her computer.
 

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This educational technology has the potential to offer a safe, suitable and cost-effective training setting in which whole, real-world training tasks can be practiced. Learners can make errors without adverse consequences, while instructors can focus on learners. Virtual reality has strong potential to provide both powerful contextual, in situ learning experiences, exploration and discovery of the connected nature of information in the real world.

 

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Support today and help us bring more VR components to the classroom! By adding a virtual reality component to the anatomy and physiology lab, students will use cutting edge technology to peel away the layers of body systems and add depth to their study of the human body. A benefit - all gifts today will be matched up to $3,350 thanks to Andrew '73 and Pam Kerr; Mark Willhardt; Joanna '99 and Christopher '99 Triebel!
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