Human Anatomy

Teeth and GumsOur Cyber Science 3D Introductory Human Anatomy series provides a variety of simulations of anatomical systems. Each simulation is available for display via a desktop or laptop computer through an internet connection or via a one-time software download. The simulations can also be configured for display on interactive whiteboards, or through a connection to a traditional (2D) or stereographic (3D ready) projector.

Instructors can use the content in a lecture environment to demonstrate human anatomy, including terms, labels, and spatial relationships. Imagine traversing a nerve path or the digestive system, peeling away layers of muscle and layers of organs, or hiding external features to reveal underlying constructs!

Students are able to interact directly with these systems to develop a working knowledge of human anatomy in support of either self-directed study or organized project activities.

  • Skeleton
  • Skin
  • Skull
  • Sperm
  • Synapse
  • Teeth & Gums
  • Tooth
  • Upper Limb
  • Urinary System
  • Uterus