Academix3D is an interactive 3D software designed to study and tech internal medecine. The software includes 53 different diseases and conditions.  The software is built in three different modes that are aimed at making students better at finding the right diagnostic for a patient by studying and putting their skills to the test in an highly realistic 3D environment.

Theory Mode

In this mode, the student is given the opportunity to select a disease and simulate the progression stage by stage. They are guided through the manifestations of the disease over its progression. They can also learn about the disease’s definition, classification, etiology, typical patient’s complaints, relevant family history, treatment and verification of results, as well as what should be looked for on visual , percussion, palpation and auscultation assessments.

Practice Mode

In practice mode, the user is prompted to diagnose an incoming patient and prescribe treatment. All the action takes place in an environment as close as possible to the real reception – the patient comes to the office of a general practitioner and in the process of conversation, examination and tests, he is diagnosed. Practical communication skills, physical examination skills, interpretation of the result, and the doctor’s clinical thinking skills are developed. The entire dialogue with the patient is implemented as a text chat simulating a natural conversation.

Skills Targeted

  • Communication skills
    • Complaint Collection
    • A history of life and disease
  • Physical Examination Skills-Inspection
    • Percussion
    • Palpation
    • Auscultation
  • Assignment and interpretation of studies
    • Laboratory research
    • Instrumental research
  • Clinical Thinking Skills
    • Differential diagnosis
    • Diagnosis

Film Mode

The film mode consist of 18 educational videos about selected topics of internal medicine. The 2 hours of video explains and demonstrate various organ systems and diseases affected them, as well as detailing stages, clinical manifestations and morphological changes.