Laparoscopy has given physicians the opportunity to perform complex operations through small incisions. Although laparoscopic surgery may never replace open surgery in some situations, it has become a very common procedure for physicians across many specialties; worldwide nearly 15 million procedures are performed annually . The complexity of laparoscopic surgery leads to a steep learning curve for physicians in training . Difficulties assimilating concepts such as depth of field, spatial and anatomical orientation can increase time of the operation and lead to mistakes. Laparoscopy simulation and training improves dexterity, speed and fosters the physician’s familiarity with key anatomical features.