For centuries, education has looked the same: Group instruction from teacher to student has taken place in a classroom environment.
In the past decade, however, technology has dramatically changed how we learn. Entire degree programs now exist around online learning, and the popularization of video conferencing has made real-time instruction possible from anywhere in the world.
This evolution has had a slower impact on STEM fields, many of which require hands-on experiences as part of the curriculum. From medical students needing to physically examine human cadavers, to chemistry students building molecular models in labs, touch has been an essential part of the learning, making it difficult to create remote learning environments.
That is, until now.
Using our NeuroReality™ technology, educators will be able to train students in real-time, 100% virtually. For example, using augmented reality, medical students can now visualize cadavers in 3D—anywhere, any time. With NeuroReality™, students can also touch and feel the organs and vasculature, making it a fully immersive, virtual, learning experience.
Long-term, our technology will change how entire fields are taught—civil engineering to architecture, medicine, physics and beyond.