Medivis not only wants to help surgeons with HoloLens, but also expands its Augmented Reality suite with an app for medical students around Magic Leap One.
On Thursday, the medical software company introduced AnatomyX, an augmented enterprise-level platform for HoloLens and Magic Leap One for universities and teaching hospitals for anatomy, physiology and pathology studies.
The platform provides detailed 3D models of more than 5,000 anatomical structures consisting of CT and MRI Data of real patients were created. Students can interact with the models via hand gestures and over 100 voice commands. With the Magic Leap One, users can also use the 6DoF controller to manipulate the models.
"AnatomyX has evolved from an app into a rich platform for the interactive study of human anatomy," said Jennifer Esposito, Magic Leap's vice president of health.
"[The app] Expands the Limits of Magic Leap Technology – With Unique Interaction Elements and User Recognition Capabilities Providing Students and Trainers an Innovative Learning and Teaching Platform Part of Medivis' journey while exploring anatomy Take education to a new level. "
In addition, AnatomyX is secure account creation that provides access for students, professors and administrators, as well as the storage of test results and class analysis. The multiuser mode of the platform supports up to 20 users at a time, making it ideal for observing activities such as virtual dissection.
The company has already reported positive results from initial pilot programs by AnatomyX. Among the participating students, 90% said they had a better understanding of the subject and better teaching experience.
] Last month, Medivis closed a $ 2.3 million financing round to enable the introduction of apps such as SurgicalAR, which allows surgeons to view medical image data through HoloLens.
In fact, Medivis is the latest in a long line of software companies that leverage HoloLens for medical solutions. Therefore, the availability of the AnatomyX on Magic Leap One Magic Leap will help keep pace with the HoloLens in these crucial early days of the developing AR market. In addition, this type of software could be used to introduce AR hardware for the next wave of physicians whose familiarity with one or the other headset may further impact the adoption of these AR platforms in practical environments.