3D Medivision announced on the 14th that it will launch Vet TV and 3D Canine E-Anatomy contents in earnest based on the veterinary medical education video platform "Veterflix" using the 3D video system.
Three Medivision plans to expand its entry into overseas markets such as India, China, and Japan this year, starting with its entry into the U.S. market in July. First of all, it will join hands with U.S. universities to launch veterinarian education contents necessary for veterinary dentistry courses in Korea and the U.S. simultaneously.
From the beginning of this year, it plans to provide more than 100 services first, including 50 U.S. contents and English versions of domestic contents. In addition, the English version of more than 200 contents produced in Korea will be expanded sequentially. Preparations for the opening of global versions such as English, Chinese, and Japanese are also in the final stage.
Anatomy practice is an essential process in veterinary education as a step of directly checking the theoretical anatomical structure with the eyes.
However, the structure once cut during the anatomical practice cannot be observed again, and if the number of cadets (anatomical bodies) is small, it is difficult to observe due to the concentration of many students, and individual repetitive learning is impossible due to the nature of the practice.
In addition, due to the prolonged COVID-19, practical training at medical schools based on face-to-face lectures is often canceled, and major practices such as anatomy cannot be conducted only through online lectures, so the need for supplementary measures has been raised.
Veterflix is attracting attention as a new educational method that complements these limitations of veterinary practice. In particular, 3D Canine E-Anatomy is an audiovisual system of anatomical practice content that helps structural understanding and supports continuous education through repetitive learning based on 3D anatomical practice images.
Vet TV's 3D Canine E-Anatomy content vividly shows the procedure for dissection and the anatomical structures to be observed.
It is highly utilized, such as pre-practice before Training.
Flip-learning through viewing of the content can reduce the time required for practice and increase learning efficiency by securing time to check the dissected structure of students again through smooth progress through familiarization of the practice procedure. In addition, the anatomical structures that could only be seen in the anatomical practice room can be viewed in detail on the enlarged screen at any time and repeated learning is possible.
Vet TV is expanding the supply of veterinary schools in Korea, starting with the supply of veterinary schools at Chungbuk National University in May 2020. Currently, four out of 10 veterinary medicine universities in Korea are using veterinary educational video content created by 3D Media Vision.
A company official said, "As medical classes are dealt with online classes due to the prolonged COVID-19, the number of universities that want to collaborate is steadily increasing. Vet TV is receiving positive reviews because it can feel as if it is practicing for actual cadets and clearly understand the anatomical structure."
We plan to supply Vet TVs to universities around the world through entry into the Chinese, U.S., and Japanese markets this year, he said. "Based on years of technology and know-how, we will grow into a leading global medical edutech company leading the 'Digite' education market."
Sources : MoneyToday(https://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2021061418352372297)(KR)