Microscopic Anatomy: New Era

For more than three centuries, scientists have been watching and studying microscopic phenomena behind a microscope. Today, thanks to 3D Organon, everyone can observe full-thickness 3D microscopic models in VR. This opportunity enables a stratified histological analysis, provides a true depth perspective and transforms teaching and learning into a highly efficient procedure.

Within the 3D Organon 2022 VR edition, people can manipulated and touch every part of the microscopic structures. Meanwhile, they can virtual dissect it, and explore the cellular architecture with unprecedented detail in full three dimensions. They can also be completely immersed in a dynamic virtual world which is a simultaneous replica of a real system under the microscope.

Scientific Insight of Multipolar Neuron

The nervous system is a highly organized network of neurons and neuroglia (astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglia, and ependymal cells). The neurons or nerve cells respond to a stimulus and convert it into a nerve impulse. A neuron consists of two basic parts: the cell body, and the nerve fibers, such as the dendrites and the axons. The neurons have a wide variety of shapes and sizes and they are classified based on their structure and function. Structurally, neurons are classified as multipolar, bipolar, and unipolar neurons depending on the number of fibers are extending from the cell. Functionally, neurons are classified into three types: sensory, motor, and interneurons.



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