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Medis Media Startup Gains Momentum with New Funding and Innovation Awards

October 22, 2021

ATHENS – Medis Media is the innovation-driven company behind 3D Organon, a multi-award-winning medical and healthcare education platform. 3D Organon facilitates accelerated teaching and learning anatomy across virtual reality, desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. The 2022 release of 3D Organon includes over 12,000 life-like anatomical structures and is compounded with an extensive knowledge base of anatomical definitions translated into 16 languages.

In 2019, Medis Media, based in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and with a branch office in Athens, Greece, received seed funding from HTC Corporation, which helped develop the world’s most advanced virtual reality anatomy software for training students and doctors. In Q3 of 2021, they secured another funding round fulfilled by VIA Technologies, a global leader in connecting businesses to advanced AI, IoT, and computer vision technology.

3D Organon has a remarkable presence in major medical education and anatomy conferences across the globe and constantly receives accolades for the innovation it brings in the medical education field.

3D Organon has been appointed the winner of the Ed Tech 2021 Awards in the `Virtual & Augmented Reality Solution’ for the education category. The EdTech Awards were established in 2010 in Florida to acknowledge and celebrate the most exceptional innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in education technology.

Medis Media is the innovation-driven company behind 3D Organon, a multi-award-winning medical and healthcare education platform. Photo: Medis Media 3D Organon

3D Organon was also awarded the Muse Creative Award 2021 in the `Experimental & Immersive Virtual Reality projects’ category, among 4,876 entries from all over the world. Muse Creative Awards is an international New York-based competition for creative professionals who possess the unique ability to inspire with concept or design, hosted by the International Awards Associates – IAA.

In the Impact Bite Awards 2021, 3D Organon received the Silver position in the `Specialized Sectoral Applications and Training’ category. The Impact Bite Awards strive to promote technological innovation, highlighting the most significant projects in the public and private sector for the past ten years.

In Q1 of 2022, Medis Media will expand its activities in the USA by establishing a new branch office in Silicon Valley, California, the leading hub and startup ecosystem for high-tech innovation companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook, Tesla Motors, and many more.

The new 3D Organon 2022 edition is coming with exciting features such as an ultrasound simulation, imaging, microscopic new models, and many more.

More information about 3D Organon is available online: https://www.3dorganon.com/.

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