Two students wearing virtual reality visors gesturing toward an image of a skeleton

CWRU’s School of Medicine showcases the benefits of augmented reality with HoloLens and HoloAnatomy

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World Economic Forum: Nearly 200 first-year students at the School of Medicine are using HoloLens and HoloAnatomy—an award-winning augmented reality app developed by the university and others—to learn from their own homes; the app allows access to the minutest details of the human anatomy in 3D, meaning students’ learning is not limited by the availability of cadavers for dissection or 2D medical textbook illustrations.