As everyone knows about VR, with the development of science and technology, VR has also been applied in more and more fields. Nowadays, anatomical VR software is very mature, and the human anatomical model in the software is relatively accurate.
Anatomy VR software allows users to understand our body more intuitively, and allows students to become interested in anatomy through VR. And the use of anatomy VR software allows medical students to better learn anatomy anytime, anywhere. In addition to the above advantages, the anatomy VR software can also be customized according to the curriculum, reducing the burden on the medical anatomy laboratory.
So can anatomy VR software replace real human anatomical specimens? An anatomy lecturer believes that real human specimens are irreplaceable, because medical students learn not only professional knowledge from cadaver specimens, but also respect for patients and awe for life. The engineer who developed the VR software also stated that the model accuracy of the anatomical VR software may not be the same as that of the real human body, and certain details cannot be restored. VR software can only be used as an auxiliary learning tool for human specimens. And he said he wouldn't be looking for a doctor who learned only from VR software.