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This virtual reality technology could be the future of medical education

No mess, no fuss.

JACINTA BOWLER
21 JUL 2016
 

Right now, medical students have to rely on illustrations, photos, and cadavers in order to learn about the anatomy of the human body.

But a company called Hololens wants to replace these static - and sometimes messy - options with a virtual reality, interactive 3D image of the human body. 

Check out the video above to see the future of education in action. 

Video produced in partnership with Explorist.

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