Robert Mann in 1965 used the first virtual system in medicine and in the year of 1980s, Scientists developed the first HMD(head mounted display) as a wearable device for VR visualizations in medicine and since then, VR has been used in the medical education field for a while now. For example, there are now VR simulations for emergency room procedures, as well as for training surgeons.

One of the benefits of VR simulations is that they can provide a more realistic experience than traditional training methods and it is because VR simulations can recreate real-world scenarios in incredible detail, allowing trainees to practice techniques and procedures in a safe environment. VR simulations also be tailored to meet the needs of each individual learner, which makes them a very effective form of instruction.

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