Medical education and training

A new way of teaching anatomy
  • State-of-the-art visual teaching tools
  • Visual 3D models of anatomic structures
  • Adapt the 3D models to the concrete teaching situations
  • Interactive simulators of surgical procedures

Medical education and training

The challenge of medical education


This is how we do it:

State-of-the-art visual teaching tools

Medicine and surgery teachers transmit their knowledge using different practical and theoretical methodologies to their students, who aim to become the future healthcare professionals of our societies. We know how relevant is technological progress and new methodologies for the effective treatment of patients.

This is the reason we focus in improve and research within the medical field with 3D image technology, which can be used for many purposes, such as surgery, research or development of medical devices. We believe this image technology must be already introduced in universities and teaching centers for the efficient transfer of knowledge and the simulation of state-of-the-art health and surgery techniques.

Visual 3D models of anatomic structures

We can generate accurate anatomic 3D models of any biological structure. Teaching through 3D models is efficient for the students, as they observe and learn from a model that represent a real shape. These models are already being introduced in hospitals as strong decision-support tools for surgeons and health professionals.

Adapt the 3D models to the concrete teaching situations

The most important characteristic of our 3D models is that they are deformable and can be easily adjusted. The interaction with these models help the teacher explain concrete situations or cases by intuitively adjusting different options to modify the shape. These interactions allows the teacher to visually show the normal or pathological variations of a concrete structure without the need of real patient-based data.

Interactive simulators of surgical procedures

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” - Benjamin Franklin

We believe in students’ interaction as the best technique for learning, especially in the medical field.

We develop software to interact with 3D anatomic models. This software allows the students to train themselves with simulations of real surgical procedures, from surgical planning to intraoperative adjustments and postoperative results and treatment.

These simulators recreate state-of-the-art surgery techniques that are being currently implemented in the most innovative hospitals in the world.

You can have a look at some of our medical projects involving image technology under the "Projects" section. Contact us to develop new techniques for diagnosing and treating health problems with 3D image technology.