Part of the book: Augmented Reality
In recent decades, virtual reality (VR) becomes a potential solution to enhance clinical medical (functional reeducation, training, etc.), especially with the growth evolution of technologies form both visualization (e.g., HoloLens, VR in Case, etc.) and 3D gestural interaction (Ray Casting, Free Hand, etc.) point of views. The 3D visualization of the human anatomy could be a serious asset for students in medicine. This new technology could provide a clear and realistic representation of the internal organs of the human body, without having to resort to surgery. 3D organs based-course supports visualization could be a useful tool for students, especially in their first graduate studies, to enhance their perception on human’s internal composition. This system is composed of two modules, 3D human’s anatomy visualization module and interaction module for organs manipulation. Finally, the system will be tested and evaluated with several subjects.
Part of the book: Mixed Reality and Three-Dimensional Computer Graphics