A team of Mexican researchers from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) created a medical training simulator with virtual reality and robotics, unique in the world, which trains medical professionals in complex neurosurgical treatments.
"There is no system similar to ours worldwide that combines physical and virtual models of patients. It features three-dimensional computer simulation for training in various surgical procedures," project leader Miguel Angel Padilla Castañeda told Xinhua.
The system, designed . . .