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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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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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Medical accuracy is important (duh). Our VP of Biomedical Visualization explains why.

It seems like it would be such a no-brainer, doesn't it? Of course medical accuracy is important! We're talking about actual human lives, after ...
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High-Tech Classrooms: Learning with Virtual Human Anatomy

Nine years ago, we did something risky: we took our company’s most precious assets—our interactive 3D anatomy models—and made them available to ...
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Students Say: More instructors should use 3D visual anatomy apps

In our last post, we spoke to a few students who use Human Anatomy Atlas, and they have a lot of cool insights into how using our app helps them ...
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Students Say: 3D anatomy apps teach me things that textbooks can't.

We spoke to a few students who use our 3D anatomy app Human Anatomy Atlas, and they have a lot of cool insights into how using our app helps them ...
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The Virtual Reality Learning Center: Exploring Anatomy in a Flipped Classroom

When I think back to dissection day in high school biology class, I remember these aspects the most: the overpowering smell of formaldehyde, getting ...
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