Teach Ultrasound

Deepscope is the leading virtual ultrasound simulator used by thousands of students around the world.  With Deepscope, you get access to portable technology for learning on mobile/laptop.

For instructors we also offer a mannequin-based mixed reality solution, which combines rich 3-dimensional overlays with a physical body, to create the ultimate teaching solution at a fraction of the cost of existing ultrasound simulators. 

The future of ultrasound learning

Ultrasound is a useful skill for medical practitioners, but learning ultrasound remotely is difficult. 

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Deepscope Student is the first realistic ultrasound simulator that can be used from home. 

It helps you to learn ultrasound more easily by providing a virtual probe to learn all probe movements. 

Your own personal ultrasound simulator 

   Now you have the opportunity to take ultrasound learning to a new level.  You can use ultrasound simulator from anywhere and also start collaborative sessions with other students.

True movement technology - all types of probe movement are supported across the whole body: sliding, sweeping, fanning & rotating.

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Accurate 3d anatomy - view highly accurate anatomy and the ultrasound beam together, so you can understand the view plane and the underlying structures.

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Accessible and portable! Learn ultrasound anywhere, from home, university or on the wards.

Ultrasound simulation software that has all the components you need to learn from home 

Deepscope Mannequin

Get the most vivid 3-dimensional teaching experience using Virtual Reality and a mannequin for advanced realism, at a fraction of the cost of conventional simulators.  

 

You can now teach extremely detailed 3D ultrasound understanding and view plane finding on a mannequin with rich contextual overlays using hyper-realistic heart models based on accurate CT anatomy. 

 

Enable students to understand the interaction between anatomical structures including heart valves, chambers and vessels in a way that was never possible before.