GreyMapp – Augmented Reality app for training purposes – Presented by Guido de Jong, Radboudumc – Department of Neurosurgery
Neuroanatomy is a complicated subject for students, scientists and physicians which could benefit from modern three dimensional (3D) applications. One of these applications is called GreyMapp, which provides a detailed overview of the 3D anatomy of the human brain by integrating non-augmented- and augmented reality (non-AR and AR respectively).
Using GreyMapp was found to lead to a proper understanding of 3D neuroanatomy without exerting a disproportional amount of cognitive load. The cognitive load theory assumes that the human cognitive system has a limited working memory which should not be exceeded. Generally, cognitive load is divided into three categories: intrinsic, extraneous and germane cognitive load and each subset is suggested to be affected by non-AR- and AR-features. Research showed that cross-sectional learning was negatively impacted by use of GreyMapp. Continue reading “GreyMapp – Augmented Reality app for training purposes – Presented by Guido de Jong, Radboudumc – Department of Neurosurgery”