Utilize the VH Dissector to teach and learn:
Cross sectional anatomy
* This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0127574.
The VH Dissector combines the power of cadaver dissection with the technology of virtual reality. It is based on the National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project and was developed by the team of scientists at the Universiy of Colorado that acquired the speciments and images that comprise the Visible Human DataSets. The program is a portable resource that enhances the cadaver dissection experience with views and combinations of anatomic structures unavailable in the real world. It also provides users that have little or no access to cadavers with a virtual body containing over 2000 anatomic structures they can explore and learn from in a manner similar to cadaver dissection. The VH Dissector is a reference resource for life-long learning.
Microsoft Windows 2000 or later
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
800MHz (1.2GHz recommended) or faster processor
See above table for RAM, hard-disk and media requirements
1024x768 24/32-bit display
Basically, this is a great tool that we use in medical school to help with understanding of the human body and the orientation of organs to muscles to nerves etc. Cost of this product is generally between 500-1000 dollars for the pro version. This is an *.iso file so please use MagicISO or some other software to use this. Enjoy.