“Chinese and Western medicine is being improved by VR applications, with acupuncture students using 3D body maps and surgeons tackling tumours conventional medicine cannot reach.
The innovative programme, which began in May, is teaching students at China’s top Chinese medicine university acupuncture using virtual reality (VR).
Their professor, Cheng Kai, said the system, BodyMap – developed by Augmented Intelligence in the American state of Virginia – can be used both on campus and remotely.”
Video & Image by South China Morning Post
By Elaine YauElaine Yau at South China Morning Post
Read more: https://m.scmp.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/article/2169092/virtual-reality-helps-chinese-medicine-students-learn
“The University of Newcastle (Australia) is using virtual and augmented reality technologies to transform how nursing and midwifery trainees learn.
Under the university’s ‘Road to Birth’ pilot project, students at Newcastle University’s School of Nursing & Midwifery … are being guided visually through the internal stages of childbearing.
It is designed for use as an adjunct to the current pedagogical approaches to teaching.”
By Byron Connolly, CIO Australia
Image: University of Newcastle
Read more: https://www.cio.com.au/article/634416/how-virtual-reality-transforming-learning-university-newcastle/