Publishing VR for medical training and education content supplemental to cadavers or, in some cases, complete substitution of cadavers requires the utmost attention to detail provided in the 3D models used by Heizenrader.
Using VR to teach anatomy inspires and motivates students to learn and understand more comprehensively how the body functions.
“The heart doesn’t beat in a cadaver. You can’t understand how valves work. You can’t observe joint movements.”
Dr. Neil Mehta, Assistant Dean of Education Informatics and Technology, Cleveland Clinic