Brain surgery is one of those professions, like rocket science, that is beyond the comprehension to some. But new tools, like Virtual Reality, are helping beginners better understand complex concepts in engaging ways.

Eyes were designed to look outward, and yet seeing inside ones body has never been easier. Imagine a personalized tour of your own brain, given by your very own brain surgeon. That doesn’t seem possible – and yet PrecisionVR shows that it is a valuable tool in the medical industry.

This is a fundamental change in the way that doctors can communicate with their patients. What was formally 2D drawings and sketches is now poised to be fully interactive 3D: much easier to understand.

Increased comprehension for patients helps to reduce anxiety and improve patient care.