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Pogue Reports: University replaces cadaver labs using augmented reality with Microsoft Hololens

VR goggles isolate you. In researching an upcoming “CBS Sunday Morning” story, I visited the medical school of Case Western Reserve Medical School, where a pilot project is under way. When it opens in 2019, med students will learn anatomy exclusively through augmented reality.
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