3D Organon VR Anatomy is a powerful learning and teaching tool using Virtual Reality technology to enhance the learning process
VR technology has the potential to transform the way we learn and teach. Hundreds of tertiary and K–12 educational institutions already use 3D Organon VR Anatomy as part of their curriculum.
Easier understanding of key anatomical concepts
3D Organon VR Anatomy is an all-in-one anatomy teaching tool, offering a unique learning experience in three-dimensional digital space. Its detailed 3D models can add important cognitive input for understanding key anatomical concepts which are essential for learning clinical, topographic and systems-based anatomy.
The app enables students shift to an immersive learning experience which stimulates curiosity. It is an engaging educational tool for experiential learning.
3D Organon VR Anatomy empowers the stereoscopic visualization of 3D models which facilitates the understanding of relationships between anatomical structures. Users can inspect the deeper structures with ease.
This factor can only be replicated from studying anatomy using cadaveric dissections and prosections. No textbook or anatomical illustration can present the accurate size, location, and relationships of an anatomical structure like 3D Organon VR Anatomy.
Body movements in VR
The latest edition of 3D Organon includes the human Actions module, with animations of joints and bones. Users can visualize, for first time in VR environment, an extensive collection of body movements of every joint and bone.
The full collection of the human Actions module, empowering over 550 animations, can be found in the Enterprise edition of 3D Organon VR Anatomy.
Drag structures in 3D space
The walking experience in HTC Vive headset allows interaction with the anatomy models using the touch controllers. Users can walk around a life-sized human model and manipulate body parts and anatomical structures in 3D space. They can drag anatomical structures such as bones, muscles, organs and vessels, and displace them from their original position for a closer look. Users can easily pull out the heart from the thoracic cage or the brain from the skull.
The Oculus Rift version of the app is designed for standing or seated experience, enabling extreme zooming into any body part.
Users can toggle between body systems in the scene, for example, subtracting the muscles and arteries from a given setup. They can hide or fade structures and organs and fully navigate around the human body.
3D Organon VR Anatomy enables many levels of interaction, embarking users on an amazing learning journey.