Medicine of the Future. Think about the medicine of the future for just one minute. What will be tomorrow? What technologies will be used? And what technologies of medical education for the NEXT Generation? How to educate future talented doctors? VR-learning! Why VR?
Secret 1: Anytime, anywhere….
Conventional radiography education requires students and assistants exposure to hazardous radiation. Thus its practice could only be done at permitted spaces, and only for limited time. RS allows every participant to learn with virtual experience at anytime, anywhere. http://www.targetta.oneSecret 2: Cost-effectiveness.
Several variables affect the total cost of a training program, including the type of training chosen (classroom, e-learning, or vr-learning), the number of locations needed to conduct the course, the number of employees who need training, the course development and content costs, essential hardware and software, the cost of facilitators (not applicable with e-learning), and the fully loaded cost of each to be trained. VR training was more cost-effective than classroom or e-learning when delivered at scale. Initially, VR content requires up to a 48 percent greater investment to build and deploy (developing a VR experience may require 3D artists and software developers) than do similar classroom or e-learning courses, so you must train enough to make this approach economical. Because professor time is the highest cost driver in training, the more students train with VR, the higher the return will likely be (more time saved, lower cost per employee).
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