Anatomy is perhaps one of the most challenging subjects for medical students during their training. Not only because of the vast curriculum but also imagine the anatomical structures in 3 dimensions can cause difficulty.

During the dissection room practices, only limited time is available to practice on the cadavers and to study the plastic models. It is essential for a good doctor to have a complete understanding of the human body and to be able to place the various bones, joints, muscles, blood vessels and nerves in 3D.

With the help of HoloSapiens, we provide students with an interactive learning opportunity during which they can see the human body in 3D through the head-mounted display. Various anatomical structures can be enlarged, rotated, and moved in space. By clicking on some anatomical structures, you can get more information, e.g. the names of the parts of each bone. This learning method provides the opportunity to study the human body through different layers, such as showing only the bones or muscles, presenting only the vascular system or nervous system, etc.

We believe that the use of the newest achievements of modern technology is now essential for quality education in the 21st Century. Our aim is to provide an opportunity in medical education that helps the study of medical students, which can contribute to the successful completion of the anatomy final exam, and become a well-prepared doctor for future patient care.

The integration of augmented and mixed reality can be implemented in wider audiences at different levels of education, particularly in fields such as engineering and architecture, enhances the learning experience by providing immersive and interactive simulations. Students can visualize complex concepts, explore 3D models, and engage in hands-on experiences, fostering a deeper understanding of theoretical principles. In secondary schools, these technologies offer dynamic and engaging learning environments, catering to diverse learning styles and promoting creativity. By bridging the gap between theory and practical application, augmented and mixed reality not only prepare students for real-world challenges but also inspire a passion for learning in these critical fields.