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This free, downloadable sample is a limited demonstration of the award-winning HoloAnatomy® Software Suite, which is a first-in-kind, engaging and academically tested and validated mixed reality medical anatomy education tool. In this demo, you’ll be guided through a slideshow of 3-D anatomical models, including the adult male musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system, nervous system and more. You’ll also get to explore some of the pedagogically-useful instructor tools available in the commercial version, such as: - body position adjustment - custom highlighting and labeling - size scaling (up to 200%) all designed to improve your students’ experience and enhance their retention of critical anatomical knowledge. The full version of the HoloAnatomy® Software Suite supports large groups of students, either in-person or in synchronous remote learning settings, who wear Microsoft HoloLens together with their anatomy instructor. Through the power of mixed reality, instructors guide students through anatomical lessons —both verbally and visually— to engage with 3-D models of healthy male and female middle-aged adult anatomy. Every structure required for medical school-level anatomy curricula can be seen in striking clarity, even those that are notoriously difficult to visualize, such as the lymphatic system and nervous system. Instructors build individual lessons using a PC-based design tool to customize 3-D slideshows of the anatomy they wish to present. Choose from a library of more than 8,500 anatomical 3-D art assets, which may be displayed by: - Region - System - Organ - Male and female, side-by-side Or, in any combination of the above. To share a completed slideshow, instructors simply click “publish” from their computer, and the content becomes viewable on students’ HoloLenses within seconds. Once licensed for their institution, students may study HoloAnatomy® structures independently or work in small groups. The HoloAnatomy® Software Suite is available commercially, and is already being used at some of the top-ranked anatomy programs in the world. It was developed by anatomy and radiology faculty, computer programmers, and artists at the Interactive Commons at Case Western Reserve University. To inquire further about purchasing options and to schedule a live demo, please contact: Nancy Farrow, Director of Global Sales 216.408.0500


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Case Western Reserve University

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Approximate size

411.68 MB

Age rating

For all ages

This app can

Use devices that support Near Field Communication (NFC) services
Use your devices that support the Human Interface Device (HID) protocol
Access your Internet connection
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
Access your home or work networks
See your current and past surroundings


Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)

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