Medical Education

We aim at developing a personalized Magic Mirror technology, which fuses in real-time medical data onto a user’s body. Our main hypothesis is that providing a more personalized solution allowing in-situ contextual visualization onto one’s body would provide a greater learning experience when compared to existing augmented & virtual reality anatomy learning solutions. Not only does ‘seeing inside the body’ spark curiosity and excitement, it also permits a sense of ownership and fidelity during the learning process. Our secondary hypothesis is that the Magic Mirror will show equivalent or higher degree of student learning as the traditional cadaver and textbook-based paradigms

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