uCalgary researchers develop virtual human for medical education

July 17, 2012

University of Calgary researchers have developed a new interactive tool that will change the way medical education is taught. Named after a medical student who died in a car crash, LINDSAY is a virtual human that uses various touch interfaces to help students learn anatomy and physiology in 3D. The project is a collaboration between the Faculties of Medicine and Science and can be customized to whatever lesson students are being taught. uCalgary News Release