A new VR experience called Plastic Surgery Simulator, which is being developed by a team of doctors, is a “great way to experience and learn about plastic surgery,” according to its developers.
Plastic Surgery Simulation is based on the idea that the way a surgeon looks is an important part of the job, and that “what’s important is how they look in their surgery room,” says one of the creators, Dr. Michael T. Steglitsch, in a video that describes the project.
Plastic surgery simulators are a new way for people to learn about the physical and psychological effects of plastic surgery and its procedures, Stegsich says.
He says that plastic surgery simulation is based “on a true story” of the procedure, with a realistic, immersive experience that’s “really fun for people who are new to it.”
It is a VR experience that simulates the surgery procedure in real-time.
The first version of Plastic Surgery simulator is based off the surgeon’s “prescription,” and “he wants you to look like he does,” according the creators.
“It’s really cool to see him look like this, and how his arms look and the way he puts his hands in his mouth and his hands on his hips.”
The VR experience is a great way for patients to learn the physical effects of their surgeries, and to be able to feel what they’re going through, Stembitsch says.
“Plastics are a very interesting part of life, and they’re important for the health of people,” Stegbich says in the video.
“And we have a great opportunity here to make sure that we educate the public and give them information about the health risks of surgery, and the benefits.”
The video also explains how plastic surgery simulations can be used to educate the general public.
The team is using the experience to create a companion app, which will be available for “people who are interested in plastic surgery to go and see their own doctor, get a prescription, and then they can get a surgical appointment,” Stembs says in a phone interview.
The app will feature interactive “bio-feedback” of a plastic surgeon’s surgical procedure, and will be able “tell you what they were thinking during the operation,” he adds.
The VR app will be free to download for “everyone,” Stemsch says.
A separate VR experience based on plastic surgery simulations has been created for the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset that lets people see, touch, and feel objects in 3D space.
The new VR app, called Virtual Surgeons, will also be free for everyone, but will be made available to some in a limited amount of time.
Stemmsch says that the team is hoping to make Virtual Surgeon available “over the next couple of weeks,” but “they’re not ready for public release yet.”
The Virtual Surpgeons app will allow users to “walk around” a plastic surgery surgery surgeon’s office, and “watch his surgeon work.”
Stem-bodies are also making available a VR game that sims the surgeon performing surgery on patients.
The game, which was developed by the University of Chicago and developed by Northwestern University, is available to download, but the developers say that it is only available in the Oculus and HTC Vive VR headsets.
In the video, the surgeons in the virtual world can tell patients what is happening in their body and what surgery they need to do.
Stemsich says that Virtual Sur-geons game is a way for “the general public” to get an “in-depth look at the physical aspects of plastic surgeries.”
He says it will be the first time that a virtual surgeon is making available VR content for the public.
He said that “it will help people understand the physicality of the surgery.”
Stemsi-body is also making VR available for $3.99 per month.
Stema-bod is making the VR app available to “people with disabilities” through a limited number of vouchers, Stemsitsch says in an email.
Stemb-bods are also launching a new app called Surgeons Surgeons to help people with disabilities get an accurate “medical diagnosis,” and also “learn the basics of the physical world” through virtual reality.
The SurgeonsSurgeons app is available for free.