Looking to find out more about Virteasy Dental? Please find all the relevant documents below:
|Name||Virteasy Dental||Kobra Simulator|
|Windows & Linux||Linux|
|Haptic Arm||7.9N Touch X (from Geomagic)||Custom (from Forsslund Systems)|
|Standalone Dental Mirror||Yes (free flow)||No|
|3D Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 HD 24 Inches||TBC|
|3D Glasses||Yes – Active||Yes – Active|
|Virtual Patient Case Studies||Yes||Yes|
|Virtual Patient Simulation||Yes||Yes|
|Full 3D Scene||Yes||No|
|Number of Exercises||115+||6 (more being created)|
|Editor Program?||Yes||No (TBC)|
|Case Study||Available on YouTube||TBC|
|Parent Company||HRV Simulation – France||Forsslund Systems – Sweden|
Forsslund Systems has confirmed all the information to be fair and accurate comparing the Kobra simulator to Virteasy Dental.
Nissin (formerly Moog) Simodont ® Dental Trainer
Nissin has been sent the comparisons but does not wish to publish information outside of their website and therefore does not wish to validate the information. Simodont ®, Nissin Dental Products Europe B.V. and Nissin Dental Products, Inc. Please contact them directly for any enquiries or specifications.
Simodont® is a registered Trademark of Nissin Dental Products, Inc.
De Boer, Ilse & Wesselink, paul & Vervoorn, Marjoke. (2015). Student performance and appreciation using 3D vs. 2D vision in a virtual learning environment. European journal of dental education : official journal of the Association for Dental Education in Europe. 20. 10.1111/eje.12152.
Virteasy Dental is usually provided as a classroom setup, this includes:
- Multiple Virteasy Simulators
- Teacher PC (with Virteasy Editor and Virteasy Assistant)
- Secure linux server (sync simulators and automatic backups)
- Ability to broadcast simulators to a projector / big screen
Virteasy Dental is also available as a standalone simulator, this is simulator:
- Running on local data
- Unable to create users, new exercises or to save progress