CWRU student wearing a HoloLens looking at a heart

CWRU utilizes Hololens to adapt to remote learning

Watch Case Western Reserve University remote learn anatomy using the HoloLens 2

MS Power User: Case Western Reserve University was highlighted for “[being on the] forefront of developing educational applications based on the [Microsoft] HoloLens,” recently for example a Holographic Brain Atlas which can serve as ‘the foundation for a new holographic neurosurgical navigation system,’ the article states, while lauding the university for “help[ing] their first-year medical students continue their education even though they were not able to attend classes.”