VR and microscopy help scientists see 'inside' diseases
The approach could be vital to medicine. Ultimately, the team hopes its tool (ExMicroVR) will provide a greater level of understanding about diseases that could lead to more effective treatments. As many as six people can experience data at the same time, ensuring that scientists can work together. And crucially, Carnegie Mellon wants this to be “affordable and easily accessible” to developing countries. You wouldn’t need costly microscopes or an abundance of studying time to further medical research.