Medical IP, a provider of digital twin-based medical AI solutions, said it has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Korea Association of Anatomists (KAA) to develop the medical industry by making the most of its technology. of digital twin.
The MOU aims to promote digital twin materialization of anatomical structures developed by Medical IP for related industries, such as anatomical research and education.
The two organizations plan to promote information exchange and joint research to develop digital anatomy education projects through this agreement. For example, they will launch the Metaverse Education Research Association and create a job-creating medical IT ecosystem.
“Scanning internal areas of the human body, such as bones, muscles and organs, from medical images and using them in the metaverse, a three-dimensional virtual world, is a new approach that can change the paradigm anatomy research and education,” said a KAA official.
Medical IP has developed VR content technology that enables interaction with 3,000 anatomical structures and drags them into the metaverse via the medical image-based digital twin, according to the company. This, in turn, provides an immersive education experience that is different and complementary to traditional corpse practice.
The company has recently introduced its technology to many medical schools and has been in the spotlight as a solution to the economic, ethical, procedural and administrative problems caused by cadavers.
“Since our founding in 1947, the KAA has become a representative society for basic medicine. We will apply Medical IP’s digital twin and metaverse solutions to next-generation anatomy through this MOU to accelerate medical development. said Park Sang-joon, CEO of Medical IP.