According to Mehr news agency;
A recent report highlights a remarkable achievement by a group of young researchers from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. With the backing of the university’s research and technology vice-chancellor, these talented individuals from the faculties of pharmacy and medicine have successfully designed and developed an innovative software known as the “human anatomy simulator.”
Under the guidance and supervision of professors from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, this state-of-the-art software utilizes cutting-edge technology and operates seamlessly across multiple platforms, including virtual reality and augmented reality.
The dedicated team of researchers, Mehdi Mahjoub, Mehrad Shashaani, and Mahbod Shashaani, embarked on their journey in the realm of educational and medical technologies, focusing on software and simulators. Their efforts, spanning five years, have been supported by the head of the pharmacy faculty.
Of particular significance is the implementation of the anatomy simulation software on virtual reality and augmented reality systems. One of the researchers, Shashaani, emphasized the capabilities of this simulator, highlighting its scientific accuracy and meticulous attention to detail. Moreover, the software is adaptable to different platforms and compatible with virtual reality and augmented reality systems. Additionally, it offers the possibility of 3D printing the entire human body or specific parts using 3D printers.
Shashaani further emphasized that the software provides an optimal environment for studying and comprehending human anatomy, with its comprehensive features tailored for educational purposes.
This human anatomy simulator project, serving as a completely indigenous educational model, represents a significant milestone for the research team. It was recently unveiled at the prestigious Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Exhibition as one of the university’s foremost technological achievements.