Mixed reality for medicine education is different from mixed reality solutions for training. The main difference is UX and learning lessons scenarios. The main approach is to give user ability to visualize complex groups of objects, for example in anatomy. Such solution can view complex model of the human body. It can consists of objects of human skeleton, human muscle system, blood system, internal organs, etc. So the user can switch visibility of the groups, to learn details of how internal organs looks only. Mixed reality for medicine education can not only view static 3D objects, but animated also, so the user could learn about some processes.
The main scenario is to guide the student through the lessons step by step, making examinations between lessons to test student’s knowledges. All lessons consists of multiple scenes with animated scenarios with the use of navigation objects to control student’s attention. The examination system have a functions of immediate and delayed feedback, so the student could fix his understanding and fill knowledge gaps.
Huge benefit of mixed reality for medicine education is in ability to track learning process with the help of built-in learning management system. This system record all of user’s sessions, which allows managers of the system to notice inconveniences, bugs and mistakes to fix it. Also this function helps to understand the better approaches to use for teaching some specific information and tasks.
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