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Projection VR

Projection VR

Projection VR is used to support radiography education. Virtual RadiographyTM is a fully featured simulation of radiographic positioning practice. Modules are available to cover virtually all patient positions. There have been many virtual radiography evaluation sites across the world, and it is currently installed and being used in universities in America, Sweden and the UK. More

Lecture VR

Lecture VR

Lecture VR is designed to provide real time changes to the radiographic image to support lectures and workshops with larger student groups. There are six datasets; Skull, C. Spine, Thorax, L. Spine, Pelvis, and Left Knee. It is suitable for installation in a variety of locations on the campus. It is intended for use with a projector working at 800×600 or greater screen resolution and 24 bit color or greater. More

Technic VR

Technic VR

This completely separate simulation is unique. Its aim is to visualize the x-ray beam for students. It does this by presenting a ‘spectrum’ in graphical form, which changes shape instantly with any change in exposure factor or equipment choice. More

Get it FREE!!!

Get it FREE!!!

Please visit these links to find more information about possible grants your institution may qualify for. Many of our customers use the grant process to fund their technology projects and we will help you every step of the way! More

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0 posted by admin | Oct. 25, 2012

Projection VR is used to support radiography education. Virtual RadiographyTM is a fully featured simulation of radiographic positioning practice. Modules are available to cover virtually all patient positions. There have been many virtual radiography evaluation sites across the world, and … More

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0 posted by admin | Oct. 25, 2012

This module is different in operation. There are six datasets; Skull, C. Spine, Thorax, L. Spine, Pelvis, and Left Knee. It is suitable for installation in a variety of locations on the campus. It is intended for use with a … More

VN:F [1.9.6_1107]
0 posted by admin | Oct. 25, 2012

This completely separate simulation is unique. Its aim is to visualize the x-ray beam for students. It does this by presenting a ‘spectrum’ in graphical form, which changes shape instantly with any change in exposure factor or equipment choice. Previous … More