The Making of Surgeons Using HapticVR

Examine the role of virtual reality (VR) in surgeon training through surgical simulation that is accessible, effective and affordable. Portability and ease of use open the door for practicing skills and techniques anytime, anywhere. Richard Vincent, CEO of FundamentalVR, explores the use of haptic feedback (haptics), a technology that enables users to feel the virtual environment via the sense of touch in addition to visual and aural perception in combination with a VR device; the benefits of VR-assisted surgical training; and the future of VR's adoption in the mainstream medical community.