Game Engines in VR for Surgery


Presented by Richard Boyd, BA at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Emerging Frontiers in Simulation-Based Surgical Education

Points of interest:
Moore’s law–3:07
simulations vs simulators–5:21
Romans’ law–16:05

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