The simulator allows the user to perform simulated full surgical procedures as well as basic skills tasks by connecting the simulator to their PC or laptop*.

Performance data is captured and displayed in Totum and can be downloaded and added to surgical training portfolios and logbooks.

Key features:

  • Natural haptic feedback through synthetic soft tissue models
  • Realistic digital anatomy fully integrated with soft tissue models
  • Full procedure simulation (multiple specialities)
  • Trigger and manage intraoperative complications
  • Objective feedback on key metrics of surgical performance
  • Performance tracking on validated curricula
  • Record and review training progress with online portfolio hosted in Totum
  • 4 top trocar ports 

To facilitate practice in ipsilateral port placement and suturing, additional side panels are available for purchase. Add as an extra before checkout. 


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Discover how to unlock the power of practice with LapAR, powered by Totum.

Progress from basic skills tasks to immersive, full procedure training on a single platform with this hybrid augmented reality simulator.

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Natural Haptics

Practice with the tools you will use in the operating room and experience natural haptic feedback generated by synthetic soft tissues.

Objective Metrics

Instrument tracking technology records instrument movement while operating. Performance metrics are displayed in the Totum platform to track training progress.


The LapAR is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Every hour of training earns one continuing professional development (CPD) point with certificates issued directly from Totum.

Video Review

Record your training and play it back in the Totum platform. View video footage with side by side objective metrics for a rich learning experience.

Full procedures

Perform high fidelity, simulated full procedures across the specialties of general surgery and gynaecology. Work through the physical steps of full procedures with cognitive prompts provided along the way.

Immersive environments

Digital overlays interact with synthetic soft tissues to create highly immersive environments, streamed directly to the screen without need for headsets.