We are a team of six students from different backgrounds, working on the same project that is a part of the minor ‘Advanced Prototyping’ at the TU Delft. During this four week project, we are exploring the different ways in which Virtual Reality (VR) can be used as a didactic tool for patients with a heart defect (coarctation of the aorta). At the same time, we want to try to make the didactic tool suitable for medical students. We need to find out how we can turn the patient from a passive listener into an active learner with the use of VR. At the end of the project, we hope to present several prototypes of this didactic tool. The prototypes will be made with the use of a HTC vive.
During the project, we will post updates from our progress on this blog at least once a week, so keep your eyes open for some new, interesting things!
The team (In the picture from left to right):
Is an industrial design engineering PhD student, with a masters degree in Mathematics.
Studies industrial design engineering at the TU Delft
Joy van Gogh
Studies industrial design engineering at the Technical University (TU) of Delft
Studies food technology at the University of Wageningen
Nina van Oordt
Studies biology at the University of Leiden
Is an industrial design engineering student at the TU Delft
Mika de Bruijn, Dr. Michel A.E. Dieben, Dr. Monique R.M. Jongbloed en Jouke Verlinden.