Looking for feedback from medical students

James Hill
4 replies
Hi all, I'm currently in the Beta stage of testing a software program called VirtualPathology which is designed to help medical students visualise/identify hundreds, if not thousands, of different diagnosis of medical conditions. The scans are annotated and viewable in both 3D (on a 2d monitor) and in Virtual Reality. I'm currently looking for feedback and beta testers before launching the Product. Please comment if you're interested in testing the software.


Maximum Resolution Imaging
Hi there! Your VirtualPathology software sounds fascinating! As someone deeply involved in medical imaging, I'd be thrilled to participate as a beta tester. The combination of annotated scans in both 3D and Virtual Reality is innovative and holds great potential for enhancing medical education. MaxResolution Imaging, our website dedicated to MRI and CT Scan services, is equally passionate about advancements in medical imaging. We believe your software aligns perfectly with the cutting-edge technology that drives our industry forward. Looking forward to contributing feedback to help refine and improve your product. Please provide details on how to join the beta testing. Check out https://maxresolutionimaging.com/ for more insights into our commitment to excellence in medical imaging.
Top Care Emergency Room
Your VirtualPathology software sounds incredibly innovative and promising for medical education! As someone deeply invested in advancing medical knowledge and training, I'm keen to contribute to its development as a beta tester. The idea of visualizing and identifying numerous medical conditions through annotated scans, whether in 3D on a 2D monitor or in Virtual Reality, is truly groundbreaking. Count me in for testing the software and providing valuable feedback to help refine its features further. As a provider of 24-hour emergency care, I understand the importance of accurate and efficient diagnostic tools. Looking forward to being a part of this exciting initiative!