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SharpSurgeon the first major project of NOYA Enterprise, aims to bring a new perspective to classical education methods and to develop and change the concept of surgical education.

SharpSurgeon

SharpSurgeon, the first major project of NOYA Enterprise, aims to bring a new perspective to classical education methods and to develop and change the concept of surgical education. It also aims to prepare software that will emulate the operations on the human spine in accordance with defined flow rules, using the INDOTEM software (digital environment emulation of the human body's tissues in response to surgical instruments) developed in the company itself. The resulting software aims to help memorize important details in surgical training and create an operating environment memory. The reasons for initiating the project are to create a baseline for the programs needed to increase the quality of surgical education, create educational opportunities at reasonable cost, improve the performance of the surgical education, make performances more measurable, and develop the knowledge, skills and experience of the medical students. Thus, it is aimed to establish a place where digital media can be a cornerstone for surgical education.

The data recorded is processed by evaluating human walking pattern and standing pattern

ScolioDetect

ScolioDetect consists of a device that detects depth with infrared radiation and software that evaluates the received data. With this cheap and easy to carry system, there is a possibility detecting scoliosis in children and adolescents. The data recorded is processed by evaluating human walking pattern and standing pattern. It may be possible to use the processed dataset to evaluate the likelihood of scoliosis by comparing it with previously recorded normal values. Scolio Kinect is still in hardware testing phase.

INDOTEM: digital environment emulation of the human body's tissues in response to surgical instruments

İNDOTEM

INDOTEM is software that will be developed to be used as building blocks in applications intended to use digital technology to improve surgical education. This software digitally models the structural changes of structures, such as bones, muscles, veins, and surgical devices in the human body.

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