A particularly advanced digital system for clinical training allowing trainees to have a three dimensional vision of a particularly complex medical intervention in true real-time, whilst preserving the safety and protection of a controlled intervention environment, representing it holographically on a remote station. Practioners are located in a specially equipped remote position so as to ensure quality vision of the intervention from the front, left and right sides. The solution renders visual and aural access of a real-time operation on the head of a supine patient, allowing maximum visibility of the maneuvers, manipulations and operations performed with reference to specific medical techniques.
The system consists of two stations: a back-end station where the intervention is carried out and resumed (head of the subject under examination and operator’s hands), and a front-end where the intervention is projected holographically and observed by one or more spectators. The back-end station is equipped with three cameras shooting from different angles the operations as they are performed and transmitted to the holographic station designed to support bidirectional communication with the intervention room.