When I was a medical student in 2009, I had to study anatomy in old books with the tiniest letters ever published. For a few hours every week, I could work on cadavers and learn anatomy in action. It was full of limitations and the smell of formaldehyde.
Microsoft’s Hololens device has the potentials to bring augmented reality to the masses. A partnership with Case Western Reserve University now keeps us thinking about the opportunities to improve medical education. Read more about it on Engadget.