Initially, Virtual Reality (VR) was introduced in video games, and many did not expect this tech to break out of the gaming world! As the technology evolved rapidly, the VR tech found itself in unexpected places like healthcare.
A growing number of hospitals and medical schools are embracing VR to provide better training for surgeons and resident doctors. The technology has improved so much that a medical student can learn anatomy by sliding a lifelike digital hologram. These VR simulators help medical people to practice without putting patients at risk.