Detroit Business: U-M and GigXR Partner to Develop Holographic Medical Training Tools

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The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and eXtended reality (XR) solutions provider GigXR in Los Angeles are partnering to develop the XR Procedure Training Suite, a training application that uses hyper-realistic holographic patients and mixed reality (MR) visual cues to develop manual and practical skills in preclinical education.

Built to augment task trainers as well as help students and trainees learn a specific procedure before they start practicing the tactile muscle memory, the new holographic training suite can be used with or without a manikin to help guide students through common procedures, to navigate complications and master their manual skills for real-life patient encounters.

Read the full article at Detroit Business.

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