Interactive 3D visuals turn any room into an anatomy lab
Augmented Reality in Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 creates a transformative learning experience that enables users to visualize gross anatomy and microanatomy as they would in a lab room with cadavers or specimens. With the Visible Body app for iPhone® and iPad®, users can place a virtual human organ or complete human body on any flat surface and use their devices as a viewing window to identify and virtually dissect anatomy.
- Compatible with any iPhone 6s or later, iPhone SE, iPad Pro, or iPad
(5th generation or later) running iOS™, Version 11
- Transforms any room into a completely outfitted anatomy lab with
thousands of virtual specimens
- Offers gross anatomy and microanatomy views from any angle
AR, VR, and MR (mixed reality) are now being used not just for entertainment, but also to aid surgeons in the operating room, to train student doctors, and to educate patients. Here are some examples:
- Bringing AR and VR images to surgery prep and the operating room.
– Stanford University’s School of Medicine
- Replacing cadaver-based labs.
– Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic
- Helping pharmacy students understand drug effects.
– University of South Florida
- Teaching dental students to administer local anesthetics.
– University of Newcastle in Australia
- Training surgeons on new procedures and devices.
– School of Medicine at UCLA, Harvard Medical School, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Hospital for Special Surgery, Columbia, and Long Island Jewish Medical Center