For week 51 of 2018 (18-20th December) we went to Palma de Mallorca on the Balearic Islands to install the first official Virteasy Classroom following the latest release.

In attendance was Pierre-Jean, Software Engineer, and James Markey, Head of Commerce / Product from JPMentors UK.

We’re extremely proud that the installation went very smoothly and that Virteasy Dental got featured on the local TV channel as well.

The university is very excited to get stuck into Virteasy Editor and start creating exercises from STL and DICOMs and integrating the workflow with their 3D printers.

Virteasy Editor at ADEMA
Virteasy Editor at ADEMA

The Editor allows the university to create their own lessons from 3D scans or 3D objects, set the instructions and parameters for evaluations and export it straight to the simulators.

With the Classroom setup this is easier than ever before with a two-click export option which puts the newly created exercise onto the server and worked like clockwork.

Virteasy Dental on TV
Virteasy Dental on TV

We’re very excited to see Virteasy on TV, showing the world the incredible potential of our simulation device for dental universities.

Virteasy and ADEMA group photo
ADEMA Group Photo

The university is filled with such lovely, enthusiastic people we felt privileged to be able to go there and install the simulators.

You can find out more about ADEMA here.

See you next time!

5 comments to “ADEMA – Spain”

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  1. James Markey - December 23, 2018 Reply

    Such a pleasure to meet all of you! Thank you to Pierre-Jean for being amazingly prepared and making it a huge success. It would’ve been impossible without him.

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  4. Briangeago - January 4, 2019 Reply

    What we have here is interesting!

  5. Jude - January 13, 2019 Reply

    Spain looks great, really innovative university!

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