This American Heart Month, Enhance Your Heart Knowledge With Interactive 3D

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https://human.biodigital.com/widget/?m=demos/heart_month_close_up.json&ui-panel=false&ui-panel=false&uaid=1iRj9 Which are working harder: your heart muscles when you’re sitting down or your quadriceps muscles during a full sprint? If you guessed your heart, you’re right! How Your Heart Works Powered by electrical impulses, your heart contracts over 100,000 times a day. These contractions (felt as “beats”) pump blood through 60,000 miles of vessels […]

AnatomyU Mobile App Available in iTunes Store

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LICENSE ONCE FOR USE ACROSS ALL CHANNELS AND DEPARTMENTS. Training tools, marketing materials, HCP and patient education. Websites, mobile apps, AR and VR displays.

Health Educators Need More Tech Training

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From online anatomy atlases and interactive medical websites to entirely new educational platforms, the rise in “e”, or electronic, learning in medicine requires users to successfully navigate different types of technology. But this is easier said than done, leading many to ask: what’s the best way to address technical roadblocks in medical education? It turns […]

Top 9 Health Resolutions to Make in 2016

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//www.thinglink.com/card/736268982566256640 Get Moving- Want to start the new year with a better mood, boosted energy, and a reduced risk of heart disease and diabetes? Thirty minutes of aerobic exercise, 5 days a week, paired with strength-training twice a week, can improve your overall health and get you feeling your best. Quit Smoking- Smoking cigarettes harms […]

“Movie Magic” Brings the Human to Life

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From the cascading wrinkles on The Lord of the Rings trolls to the suction cups and barnacles on Pirates of the Caribbean’s Davy Jones, one tool brings iconic on-screen characters to life. Zbrush, a 3D modeling, texturing, and painting program, enables artists to create intricate surface details for movies, video games, design, education, scientific illustration, […]

Not Just for Techies: How WebGL Will Revolutionize Medicine

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Already dominating the worlds of web design and online gaming, Web Graphics Library (WebGL) is a new interface that renders 3D interactive content directly in the browser without the use of unsupported plugins. In other words, it makes it possible to explore realistic content online without leaving the page While the benefits of WebGL (and […]

Explore “Parts” of the Body with Exploded View

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What’s better than studying the intact human body? Exploring anatomical details and relationships in an exploded view! Now available in the BioDigital Human, you can separate the parts of any view, from the bones of the skull to the muscles and vessels of the heart. The “Exploded View” feature is available on the rightmost side […]

Be Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse

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This weekend, thousands of groaning zombies will slowly make their way through the streets. While they’ll be on the hunt for candy, not human flesh, you’ll want to start making preparations if a zombie apocalypse actually hits. What’s the best way to prepare? Studying and understanding the zombie’s weaknesses. While this usually comes with terrifying […]

“21st Century Grave-Robbing” Part II: 3D Interactive Tech in Medical Device Training

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In Part I of “21st Century Grave-Robbing,” we discussed the evolving needs of continuing medical education (CME) programs and the new technology that can meet those needs. Here’s a recap: A deep understanding of anatomy remains central to medical education, but time in the anatomy lab is decreasing New tech can realistically replicate anatomy on […]