Wednesday, 18 May 2016


Many of you have already discovered Anatomy.TV, but are you getting the most out of it?

For those who aren’t aware, Anatomy.TV is a Primal Pictures product, offering medically accurate and detailed 3D rendering of human anatomy based on imaging data. The multimedia content offered includes 3D anatomy, MRI slides, clinical slides, dissection slides, illustrations, movies, and animations that can be of benefit to a wide range of disciplines.

For 2016, JCU has subscribed to the full suite of Anatomy.TV products on a trial basis. Therefore, continuation of access in 2017 will depend on usage this year. So we want to make sure you know what you can use it for!

Over the next few weeks we will be running a series of blogs addressing the ways you can utilize Anatomy.TV in your study and/or teaching. We will start with a rundown of each of the three main components of Anatomy.TV – 3D Real Time, 3D Atlas of the Human Body, and 3D Anatomy and Physiology – and tips & tricks on how to make the most of these. The blog series will then look at the particular benefits for staff and for a range of disciplines including Medicine, Nursing, and Midwifery; Exercise Physiology and Sport and Exercise Science; Dentistry and Dental Hygiene; Speech Language Pathology; and Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.

Stay tuned for the next post – Anatomy TV - 3D Real Time.

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