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Keio-NUS CUTE Center to Develop Two Virtual Reality Simulation Projects

NUS Medicine’s Centre for Healthcare Simulation and the Keio-NUS CUTE (Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments) Center will develop two new Virtual Reality Simulation (VRS) projects: a Virtual Interactive Human Anatomy, a holographic three-dimensional human cadaver that will allow students to better learn the human anatomy; and a Virtual Interactive Simulation Environment that can create lifelike scenarios such as mass casualty situations, within which teams of students can train.

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