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Enatom has created a “virtual dissection room” using 3D visualization techniques focused on human anatomy. Students and healthcare professionals in several European countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium, and Austria, are already using the application from Enatom, a spin-out of the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). For LUMO Labs, NOM, and UNETI Ventures, this was enough reason to put €900,000 into the start-up jointly. The investment will enable the founders to develop their groundbreaking product further. Ultimately, this should lead to students and healthcare professionals being able to study human anatomy in unprecedented detail, independent of time and place.

The investment will, in particular, be used to grow the development and sales team, with the goal of further expanding the product and strengthening Enatom’s position in medical education.

“We want to make anatomical knowledge accessible worldwide interactively,” said Lusanne Tehupuring, CEO of Enatom. “Our goal is to become the market leader in high-end 3D visualizations for training and educating students and healthcare professionals.”


The product uses photorealistic digital representations of real human specimens. The so-called “point-cloud technology” creates accurate and detailed 3D object representations. The point-clouds also provide seamless streaming of complex data. Thanks to this approach, the product surpasses traditional learning methods in terms of accessibility and effectiveness, according to its creators.

Sven Bakkes, founding partner, LUMO Labs: “Enatom operates at the intersection of two of our key impact goals: quality education and good health. Our investment in Enatom reflects our belief that this team of tireless, impact-driven entrepreneurs can and will transform anatomy education worldwide. In doing so, they will improve the lives of many.”