Schools and Universities

3D – stereoscopic visualization for research and teaching

Schneider Digitals smart VR-Wall is very suitable for a simple and comprehensive depiction of complex processes. Chemistry- physics- or mechanical engineering studies are good examples for the use of the smart VR-Wall at schools and universities.

Virtual Reality is a powerful way of enhancing information during studies for training, practice and research. In fields of studies like pharmacology, medical engineering or biological science, where complicated content has to be delivered and visualized, anatomic data can easily be visualized, explaining complex content simply via images rather than communicated by word only.

3D-stereoscopy enables a photo-realistic look inside the human body. Three-dimensional images of anatomical structures of a patient are critical factors that support diagnosis, surgery, and therapy in clinical medicine. For example, Orthopedics or chiropractors can get an insight look of a knee joint, an ophthalmologist a realistic view of the structure of the human eye, while a respiratory physician can take a look at the insight of a human lung.

Research and teaching do not want to miss out on this opportunity. With this information technology, processes inside the human body, which are normally not visible to the human eye, can be displayed exemplary. Facts, which are often not visible to specialists and thus not obvious, are now illustrated – thanks to this new technology. Three dimensional, animated views of human organs are generated, based on actual ultrasound images. This will be standard procedure in the future. In medical training and diagnostic; localized organs are color schemed and can be turned and rotated, virtually opened and closed. 3D-graphics, animations and simulations help physicians in training to gain visual experience that otherwise would have to be gained through years of practice on actual patients.