University of Aberdeen looks into 3D medical imaging
Medical students at the University of Aberdeen are being helped by the development of 3D technology.
The university is working with the Digital Learning Foundation on the pilot of software which can transform a medical scan into a 3D image.
The data can then be studied by medical students wearing special glasses like those worn by audiences watching 3D films in cinemas.
The aim is to allow medical students to explore how organs fit together.
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