An 11 January post on the Microsoft Singapore website describes how Microsoft’s “three-dimensional holographic technology,” has been brought to the “NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.” According to the post, the partnership “spans NUS Medicine, the National University Health System, and Microsoft,” adding “mixed reality to the learning experience; named Project Polaris.”
In addition to the educational value of the programme, “Holomedicine” technology is being implemented in hospital settings “in Singapore with the aim to enhance patient care.”
The post continues: “Polaris is part of a larger programme called Project Horizon, which consists of more initiatives like Project Delphinus and Project Mira. These aim to train students in clinical soft skills and clinical anatomy respectively, positioning NUS Medicine as the first in Southeast Asia to introduce holographic mixed reality as a teaching tool to train medical and nursing students.” Richard Koh, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Singapore said, “From delivering better healthcare experiences at the frontlines to helping neurosurgeons keep patients better informed of what could happen during their surgeries, technology has been an empowering tool for healthcare workers as they protect and save the lives of patients.”
READ THE COMPLETE POST ON THE MICROSOFT SINGAPORE WEBSITE
Queue Associates Worldwide China HK Ltd. has been working with a series of clients and partners in different parts of the Asia-Pacific region to implement Microsoft Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality. These entities include healthcare and education (medical and general) organisations. Tony Yu, Managing Director and co-founder of Queue Associates Worldwide China HK Ltd., said, “in all environments, Mixed Reality and three-dimensional holographic technology are blended to provide adaptive workflows, enterprise integration, and immersive instructions.’ These ‘create immersive learning experiences.’ Holographic and other mixed reality experiences are valuable for our healthcare clients, as they extend beyond patient care and medical practitioner education to the administrative side of healthcare business.” He continued: “For everyone from clinicians to administrators, Microsoft’s Mixed Reality enables all professionals to ‘seamlessly collaborate, share knowledge, and solve problems with a remote expert, and easily bring critical data into the workflow.'”
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Please contact Queue Associates Worldwide China, HK, Ltd. (a Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner) to learn more about our support of Microsoft Mixed Reality solutions. You can reach us by completing the FORM ON OUR CONTACT PAGE (please include “Microsoft Mixed Reality” in the comments), or by calling us at +852 8191 6049.