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Differentiating Reality: The Difference between Augmented and Virtual Reality

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines reality as “the quality or state of being real” or as “something that is neither derivative nor dependent but ...
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A Lesson Plan in AR: Five Interactive Muscle Actions in Augmented Reality

For this group exercise on muscle action in augmented reality, divide your students into five groups, with one student to act as the model for each ...
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The Petulant Pebbles (Cont.): The Anatomy and Pathology of Gallstones

Last week we introduced the stones family—kidney edition—and today we’re tackling that distant awkward cousin of theirs (who everyone only pretends ...
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Five Amazing Views in Augmented Reality: Kidney and Urinary Anatomy in AR

If you want to understand what an anatomical structure does, you need to know more than just its location. You also need to comprehend its layers and ...
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Just RICE It: The Anatomy and Pathology of Sprains

We've all been there: you're skating along on your new board and all of a sudden the wheels hit a rock you swear you didn't see, and next thing you ...
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Three Amazing Augmented Reality Views of the Human Body with Human Anatomy Atlas

The Visible Body team works every day to create human anatomy apps that make it easier to see inside the human body. Our newest feature? Augmented ...
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Painful Pebbles: The Anatomy and Pathology of Kidney Stones

Those who haven’t suffered a kidney malady are officially banned from casting the first stones regarding this blog post (pun always intended). I’ve ...
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Atherosclerosis: The Anatomy and Physiology of a (Silent) Killer

When I was six I tried to flush my stuffed animal cat down the toilet. Her name was Boots, and she was all black except for her white paws (hence the ...
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The Anatomy and Physiology of GERD: The Pain That Keeps Coming Up

I am an ardent lover of Italian food, especially everyone's favorite meal: pizza. I wouldn't say I'm a picky eater when it comes to pizza, but just ...
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Bursitis: The Fallen Heroes of Joint Mobility

Like being able to move? Me too. Mostly from the couch to the fridge and back. Kidding. Sort of. Regardless of the degree of shame associated with ...
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