ADEE event
ADEE event

Meet-up: “VR-Haptic Dentistry, Pedagogy, and Curriculum Evolution”

01 February 2024

A hybrid, free-to-join 2024 VR-Haptic Thinkers Meetup will be hosted at the School of Dentistry, University of Utahon June 7, 2024. This will be an interesting event for both VR & haptics users and for those considering this technology. Among a range of speakers some highly experienced Simodont users will offer a user perspective on this topic.

To help advance VR-Haptic dental training Simodont is proud to be Platinum Sponsor of this event.

 

Meet-up Website: https://vrh-t.com

Twitter/X: @VR_H_Thinkers

To contact the local organisers: committee co-chair david.morton@hsc.utah.edu

To contribute by e-poster (or otherwise): szabolcs.felszeghy@uef.fi

The abstract submissions opens on February 1st, 2024.

 

“Taking away limits in dental education.”

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