January 5, 2023

Metaverse company to help roll out VR surgery simulation

Editor's Note

Metaverse company, Ubitus K.K., will help Smart Surgery Technology roll out Sim Surgery – a VR surgery simulation application, reports January 5 Healthcare Purchasing News.

Sim Surgery will be an affordable and more available solution addressing the growing need for medical students and physicians to gain ample surgical practice. The VR interactive application will provide the visual and tactile experience of operating on 3D organ models.

“We are extremely excited to be part of this revolutionary development of medical education and training.” Ubitus CEO says. “By enabling medical students and doctors to practice early in their career and almost as many times as they want, we can be sure that more doctors can perform better and more efficient surgeries than before. Great for all the patients.”

With the support of Ubitus, Smart Surgery Technology can amplify the Sim Surgery experience. Users will be able to stream a high-quality 3D anatomical model to a VR headset without needing a high computing power device. Additionally, an AI system will be implemented, which can help users make accurate judgements during their practice.

“Working with Ubitus through Microsoft Accelerator Program helps us to take a significant step forward,” Smart Surgery CEO noted. “We can now distribute the system and video we developed over the cloud to all the doctors. We believe the training can be taken not only in medical centers or hospitals, but in any place based on the needs of users. We wish, and will continue to make every effort, for the application to be embraced globally.”

Read the Ubitus release.

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