A new teaching aid developed at UlC in the School of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences uses virtual reality and computer networking technologies to give medical students and residents the benefit of learning from lifelike models of the middle and inner ear, without the risks of surgery.
The tool, called Virtual Temporal Bone, projects a three-dimensional model of the portion of the skull that contains the structures responsible for hearing, balance and facial expression as well as blood vessels, nerves and muscles.


View a Demo of the Virtual Temporal Bone

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