Get new patient cases and exercises as they are developed, and store recorded sessions in the cloud.
EXTENDABLE SIMULATION ENGINE
The core simulation engine is open source, meaning you can have it customised or extended by third-party developers.
RESEARCH AND TEACHING
The Kobra simulator is in use at the dental schools of two leading European universities and has been the subject of studies at Karolinska Institutet and the Royal Institute of Technology.
FORSSLUND SYSTEMS AB PROUDLY PRESENTS
A complete simulator designed for teaching oral surgery procedures in virtual reality
The Kobra simulator was developed with the user in mind. We have collaborated with oral surgeons at Karolinska Institutet in Huddinge to ensure that it aids in important aspects of teacher-student interaction.GET STARTED NOW
The different parts of Kobra
Kobra consists of state-of-the-art haptic technology and 3D stereoscopic viewing, paired with a flexible system of adding new patient cases that is customised to your needs.
A custom-made haptic device lets you feel interacting forces when drilling or exploring the virtual patient’s anatomy. Various tissues such as bone, enamel and dentin can be represented by different degrees of hardness.
The Kobra simulator’s core haptic technology is open source and available for customisation. External developers can use the code and improve it for their needs — improvements which are brought back for the benefit of all platform users.
LARGE 3D MONITOR
With the included 3D glasses, you and your students can simultaneously view the virtual patient in full-screen 3D.
DATABASE OF PATIENT CASES
There are a growing number of patient cases available for the Kobra simulator. New ones can be created on demand.
Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
We delivered one simulator to Chung Shan Medical University in 2019. It was the first oral surgery simulator in Asia and the first to feature the newly developed Polhem haptic device.
The updated version of Kobra includes a height-adjustable stand, making it easier for students of all heights to use it comfortably.
The software was also updated to enable Kobra to be used in places without an internet connection.
The Kobras used in Riga were the first generation of our simulator.
In honour of our Swedish heritage, the first generation Kobras were built of wood, making them beautiful pieces of furniture.
Kobra is an integral part of the Medical Education Technology Centre (METC), one of the first intellectual innovation hubs for medicine and healthcare in the Baltics.
As part of our effort always to improve, we have interviewed students and teachers who are using Kobra in order to make the next generation of the simulator even better.
Would you like a custom quote? Are you interested in modifying the simulator to your own unique idea? Would you like to test it yourself in Stockholm? Let us know!