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3D Organon VR Anatomy
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3D Organon is a multi-award winning self-discovery experience into the human body. You can now visualize the skeletal system, muscles, vessels, nerves, and other organs in 3D. Delve into the human models and see what you are made of. The app features an extensive knowledge-base of anatomical definitions with terminology based on the official Terminologia Anatomica. The Guest mode access in the app is free for everyone and includes all 3D models of the male and female skeletal systems and connective tissues. The animations of joints and bones in the human ‘Actions’ module are also included. A subscription license grants full access to all body systems, microscopic anatomy, body actions, interactive quizzes, bone mapping, cadaveric images, remote network session creation, and many more features and functions. 3D Organon is used by hundreds of leading universities and hospitals worldwide. It’s been recommended by leading publications reporting on the future of science, education, and medicine, such as Huffington Post, Scimex, SBS, Futurism, and many others. The virtual reality version of 3D Organon has been featured in the keynote speeches by Cher Wang, the chairwoman of HTC, in MWC 2019 and by Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, in the OC3 conference. Game changer multi-user anatomy trainer The ‘Network’ module allows participants to join multi-user online training sessions hosted by educators and institutions. The anatomy trainer enables you to attend remote delivery of anatomy lessons and communicate with your tutor and peers in real-time through voice chat and messages. This new module is cross-platform, setting no barriers to users joining a session via any supported device. All major pc-powered and standalone virtual reality headsets, desktop, tablet, and smartphone platforms are supported. 3D Organon integrates advanced teaching tools that could complement any anatomy curriculum. Educators and healthcare professionals can now visualize and explore anatomy as never before. Who is 3D Organon VR Anatomy for? The app is designed to suit a wide range of individuals from medical and allied-health students to patients, artists, and curious minds. It helps students grasp the challenging subject of anatomy, but it is also easily understood by laypeople without a medical background. The platform delivers accurate visual and textual information, immediate response time and intuitive navigation. It satisfies the highest standards of medical and scientific accuracy. A qualified team of anatomy professors and medical professionals are the authors of the anatomical definitions, formative assessment clinical anatomy quizzes, and clinical correlations in 3D Organon. Key highlights *****Unique stereoscopic presentation of 3D anatomy in an immersive environment *****Explore 15 human body systems with over 10,000 realistic anatomical structures *****Explore 15 detailed microscopic anatomy models comprising 1,000s micro anatomy structures in 3D *****Body actions module with over 550 animations of muscles and organs *****Multi-user cross-platform module for up to 200 concurrent users *****Hundreds of interactive, USMLE-style clinically oriented questions suitable for formative assessment *****Detailed mapping of bone surfaces, borders, parts, and landmarks *****Hundreds of cadaveric images *****X-ray mode when fading single or multiple structures *****Available in English, Latin (terminology), Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Russian, Ukrainian, Georgian, Polish, Thai, Greek (UI) *****Combine any two languages simultaneously *****Demonstrate anatomy to discuss with students, colleagues, and patients *****Easily understand the spatial relationships between anatomical structures *****Learn, teach, and assess anatomy with the latest technology advancements *****Scale-up and reposition 3D models for an enlarged view of any small object *****Accurate anatomical terminology and definitions *****Anatomy models blueprinted and supervised by medical professionals with precision and aesthetics *****System-based anatomy module *****Regional anatomy module *****Bone spurs tool for osteophytes assignment on bones and articular surfaces *****Tumor growth tool for demonstrating malignancy development and spreading on tissues and organs *****Pain effect for realizing paint points or regions on 3D models *****Save your models in Favorites for quick access *****Built-in 360° video recorder *****Switch among four different environments (tutorial room, black, white, realistic MR) *****Vertical and horizontal rotation, panning, scaling of 3D models *****Mixed Reality mode for realistic integration of 3D Organon into your environment (Vive Pro and Vive COSMOS only --beta access) *****Real-time switching between male and female models *****Separate male and female skeletal systems for accuracy in pelvic anatomy *****Addition/subtraction buttons displaying muscle layers
2021 release. *Bone mapping *Augmented Reality mode on supported mobile phones *New stack of pathology tools *Slicing tool for live dissection