Our virtual dissection software is an essential addition to the cadaver laboratory experience. 4D Interactive Anatomy is also a vital resource for those who don’t have access to dissecting room facilities but do recognize the importance of learning anatomy from real human specimens.
Individual users range from educators and medical, dental and allied health students to postgraduates and medical professionals, such as surgeons refreshing their anatomy knowledge in preparation for a difficult or new procedure. Institutional users include medical schools, libraries, and universities around the world.
Cloud based – access on iPad, Laptop, PC – 12 month subscription: $99*
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With 4D Interactive Anatomy, you’re not just in the front row of a dissection, you’re in control of it.
We put you at the heart of anatomy learning. You decide what you want to study, when you want to study, and for how long. Based on photos of real cadavers – not animated computer models – our imagery puts you in charge of navigating real human anatomy.
Available to access at any time on any screen, our virtual dissection software lets you tilt, rotate, manipulate and dissect actual human specimens. You can also blend or peel away layers as if you’re attending or presenting a real dissection.
4D Interactive Anatomy takes the learning experience to another level by giving you control over every image, every viewing angle, and every stage of dissection. Best of all, you get the time you need to take it all in, learn and retain your knowledge.
So, whether you’re a first-year medical, dental or allied health student, a postgraduate or a surgeon looking to review your knowledge or move into a new specialism, get the most realistic anatomy learning experience possible with 4D Interactive Anatomy.
Books and real life are surprisingly different. 4D Anatomy is the best choice for learning anatomy.
It is totally like a dissection room practice, you can see and even rotate real cadavers.
It is rotatable, which enables you to see formulas from several directions. So it is much easier to see through the human body with 4D Interactive Anatomy.
It is much better to go to an anatomy class prepared in advance. 4D Interactive Anatomy is always there and perfect for preparing and studying anatomy.
With 24 dissection modules covering all regions, over 2,000 structure labels, and more than 1 million high-resolution images that you can export into learning materials and presentations, 4D Interactive Anatomy is your indispensable cloud-based anatomy resource.
Dr. Robert Spetzler, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ, USA
Professor, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University
It is rotatable, which enables to see formulas from several directions. So it is much easier to see through the human body with 4D Interactive Anatomy.
We know that recruiting, storing, maintaining and allowing access to dead human tissue is a time-consuming and expensive business, fraught with difficulties. 4D Interactive Anatomy makes learning anatomy from real cadavers flexible and repeatable – all at the touch of a button.
Our extensive library of online cadaver specimens enhances student engagement, learning and retention. With our virtual dissection software, students immerse themselves in a 3D environment to explore and understand complex anatomical structures and concepts.
Our high-resolution imagery based on photography of real cadavers also displays on screens of any size. This makes 4D Interactive Anatomy ideal for supporting anatomy learning in the lecture theatre, dissection lab and through self-study, including distance learning.
To help students retain their knowledge with active learning and self-testing, there are search and labelling features, plus over 2,000 anatomy questions, which can also be imported into your LMS to create custom quizzes that track student progress.
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