iMix explores the tools medical professors are creating for the Nintendo generation of surgeons. In an effort to create better trained surgeons, teaching professor Dr. Gregory Wiet and the Ohio Supercomputer Center have been working on a project known as the Validation Dissemination of Temporal Bone Dissection that looks at simulating surgery through computer visualization, applied force, and even changes in sound. Future surgeons are using this technology that allows for direct consequences to action and gives them opportunities to experience problems that may occur in a real surgery that they must react to quickly.

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