We believe in the fun of learning

We do this by providing a game where...


The supervisor doesn’t need to be present in the training.
The supervisor gets information about the struggles of the student provided by the game.


The patient won’t have doctors that perform from only theoretical experience but get a doctor that knows how to handle the hardware.
Being helped by a doctor that is confident builds trust.


Reducing stress and building resistance to it so they can perform the best in front of a patient.
The student gets motivated to practice more so he becomes more confident in his skills.
The students can practice any case he wants and needs.
The student will have fun playing the game while learning.
  • Tony Fial

  • Robert Mertens

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