A few weeks ago, a group of 7-17 year-olds participated in the “Folie Technique” scientific summer camp organized by Polytechnique Montréal. One week of the camp focused on the biomedical field and was held at Ste-Justine hospital.

Dr. Yanick Beaulieu was invited to present a Reacts session, allowing participants to discover the platform’s possibilities. This inspiring meeting, centered on remote training and supervision, demonstrated how Reacts’ unique interactive tools enable rich, integrated collaborative experiences. During the session, participants learned how to draw a blood sample using ultrasound guidance with live support via Reacts. Thanks to Reacts’ various interactive features, including augmented reality, these teens learned the procedure in minutes and were able to easily perform it on a simulator.

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