Virtual reality for Radiology

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Specializing in radiology requires reading thousands of pages, going through PPT presentations, and looking at piles of black-and-white 2D images.

In modern world such training seems to be obsolete.
Would you like to be that patient?

Existing model of education is ineffective, difficult, boring & time-consuming.

Radiological diagnosis determines treatment. The number of mistakes made by radiologists reach 30% of cases diagnosed (ref). It considerably influences patient prognosis and treatment.


We are bringing VirtuaR – a perfect merger of VR technology and medical expertise elaborated by top-notch radiologists and developers.

We are learning in a different world – free from distraction, noise & external stimuli.

Become a confident specialist, clinician’s partner, and expert in the field.

We are providing interactive 3D models, combined with radiology studies, pictures, quizzes, tests – everything you would ever dream of to make learning a life journey.

We have proven that this tool provides much faster learning and at least 3x more effective in comparison to traditional techniques.

Virtual Radiology Views

It makes a huge difference if thanks to VR glasses you can look closely, from all sides and see more details
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Who We Are


Agnieszka Trojanowska MD PhD


Assistant Professor, Department od Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Medical University of Lublin (Poland). Past President of the European Society of Radiology. Founder of the Polish School of Head&Neck Imaging.

Piotr Gołofit


MD. Cerified specialist in Head&Neck Radiology and Neuroradiology. Medical chart designer and illustrator.

Jakub Choróbski


Skilled and well-organized Unreal Engine 5 and C++ programmer, with 8 years of experience in game development. Successfully designed and shipped multiplayer games as well as VR educational projects.

Erwin Karczmarczuk


Master in Earth Sciences, Maria Curie- Sklodowska University in Lublin (Poland). Skilled in project developing, 25+ years of experience in company management.

Marcin Sobczak


Co-founder of MSCG Inc., leading polish consulting company (obtaining EU funds)

Jakub Choróbski,


Head of IT team

Science behind Us

Virtual reality is a novel mean to communicate and has potential for supplementing radiology training; communicating with colleagues, referring clinicians, and patients

As opposed to textbooks or online learning modules, immersing the learner in a virtual world is associated with a higher level of active learner participation because of increased social, environmental, and personal presence within the learning activity.

Over the past few years VR acquired great importance in the educational field . It is considered to be one of the technological trends with the greatest impact within educational contexts

This kind of innovation represent the future of radiology education. With the VR technology, we can move beyond rote learning and achieve meaningful learning

Ref.2 Implementing Virtual and Augmented Reality Tools for Radiology Education and Training, Communication, and Clinical Care . Radiology 2019; 00:1–11 

Ref.3 Immersive virtual reality as a pedagogical tool in education: a systematic literature review of quantitative learning outcomes and experimental design D. Hamilton, J. McKechnie, E. Edgerton & C. Wilson , Journal of Computers in Education, volume 8, pages 1–32 (2021)

Ref. 4 Effects of virtual reality on learning outcomes in K-6 education: A meta-analysis. Rafael Villena-Taranilla et al. Educational Research Review, Volume 35, February 2022, 100434

Ref. 5 Simulation, Virtual Reality are the Future of Radiology Education. Nick Klenske, RSNA News, September 23, 2019

Who trustes Us

I enthusiastically recommend the VR Teaching Tool for the Temporal Bone for any radiologist who deals with this area of the body in their practice. The way the tool presents the 2D and 3D images of the anatomy and pathology of this complex area of the body in such an interactive way creates an exciting learning environment needed for 21st century trainees.


H. Ric Harnsberger, MD, Prof.

Radiology, Otolaryngology Departments University of Utah Department of Radiology Imaging Sciences, USA

The participants of the course and the radiologists, radiologists in training, ENT surgeons and ENT surgeons in training unanimously admired this teaching system. Therefore I can recommend this fascinating “virtual reality” program to all “schools and Universities” that offer or are involved in the training of temporal bone anatomy and pathology


Jan W. Casselman, MD, Prof.

Guest-Professor University of Gent, Belgium Neuroradiology and Head & Neck Radiology Vice-President Erasmus Verein

Temporal bone anatomy and pathology VR teaching tool is an outstanding device which may revolutionize education in the medical field. This tool was designed with stunning accuracy and attention to detail. After commencing the VR program, user, in my opinion, becomes a well-trained professional able to detect and explain anatomy and pathology of temporal bone with confidence and inerrancy.


Minerva BECKER, MD, Prof.

Head of the Unit of Head and Neck and Maxillo-facial Radiology 
Diagnostic Department
HUG Geneva, Switzerland

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