Bengaluru, August 25, 2016: Vinformax, one of India’s versatilemanagement consulting and technology services’ company, inaugurateda facility with state-of-the-art Stereoscopic 3D, Holography and Virtual Reality in the city today. Shri D. V. Sadananda Gowda, Hon’bleMinister – Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India, who was the Guest of Honour, inaugurated the facility.
This marks the commitment of Vinformax to the Government of India’s Digital India initiative and thus fulfilling the ambition of Make In India. Through the Digital India programme, the Government of India is planning to transform the country into a digitally empowered knowledge economy. Vinformax is at the forefront of helping the government realize this vision by unleashing the power of 3D Stereoscopy and video graphics in medical education. Thisnew-age technology not only helps to take learning to the next level, but also help teachers to teach complex concepts while engaging students and bringing the curriculum content to life.
Commenting on the launch Mr. PremchanderRajan, Chairman – Vinformax said, “Recognizing the power of 3D stereoscopy and graphics in the realm of education, which is also well borne out by research, we entered into this stellar new area. We produce world-leading curriculum-based lessons, using cutting-edge stereoscopic animation technology. These lessons in stereoscopic 3D enable medical students to learn the intricacies of human anatomy, physiology and bio-chemistry in stunning vividity. Using content approved by medical professionals, we at Vinformax create these lessons using our investments in the latest hardware and software the technological world has to offer. We are proud to launch this in the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru, at a time when India is committed to Digital India initiatives which fulfils the ambition of Make in India”.
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