Exploration using holographic hands as a modality for skills training in medicine | From 3D to Holography | Scoop.it
Background: Training towards proficiency in technical skills involving specific hand motions is prevalent across all disciplines of medicine and particularly relevant in learning surgical skills such as knot tying. The dominant skills training method has been apprenticeship where the trainee learns under the guidance of a mentor. However, decreasing resources in the healthcare system has... Read More