Cyber Science 3D™

Cyber Science 3D™ is a 3D interactive science software for learning and exploring Human Anatomy, Botany, Zoology, Earth Science, Microbiology, Chemistry, Engineering, and Paleontology

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Key Featues

Improved Learning

Under grant funding from the National Science Foundation, Dr. Robert Tallitsch of Augustana College conducted a study showing a 30% increase in student learning and retention using Cyber Anatomy’s products.

Customizable Content

Teachers can use the software to produce detailed sequences highlighting scientific concepts, use multiple languages and grade-appropriate labeling, and define their own labels and functional descriptions to produce a customized learning experience.

Hundreds of Activities

The growing Cyber Science 3D library includes over 150 models and activities in Human Anatomy, Astronomy, Botany, Biology, Earth Science, and Engineering; as well as a detailed Chemistry series including an Interactive Periodic Table, an Atom Sandbox, and a Molecule Viewer.

Fully Interactive

Cyber Science 3D offers much more than plastic models, movie clips or static photographs. The user can manipulate all models using controls such as pan, zoom, rotate, peel, explode, and label. The content is perfectly suited for use on an Interactive Whiteboard!

Engaging

Students become active learners when using Cyber Science 3D content, with freedom to navigate and investigate all facets of an activity independently, or as part of a group.

High Fidelity

Cyber Science 3D content provides unparalleled levels of quality and detail. You can check it out for yourself through a free 30-day trial!

3D

All content is available in immersive, stereoscopic 3D when connected to a 3D Ready display or projector. For schools with traditional display technology, all content also runs in non-stereoscopic 3D on standard computers, projectors, and interactive whiteboards as well!

Available Content

Human Anatomy:
Alveolibr
Blood Vessel
Bone Cross Secion
Brain
Cervical Vertebrae
Digestive System
Ear
Egg
Eye
Eye Cross Section
Female Pelvis
Female Reproductive
Heart
Human Cell
Intro Human
Lower Limb Male Reproductive
Muscle Cross Section
Nephron
Nerve
Nerve Cell
Ovarian Cycle
Red Blood Cell
Respiratory System
Skeleton
Skin
Skull
Human Sperm
Synapse
Teeth & Gums
Tooth
Upper Limb
Urinary System
Uterus

Microbiology:
Amoeba
Bacillus
Bird Flu Virus
Bordetella Pertussis
Clostridium Botulinum
Corynebacterium Diptheriae
Chromosome
Coronavirus
DNA
Enterobacteria Phage T4
Echovirus
Escherichia Coli
Fusobacterium Nucleatum
Halteria
Helicobater Pylori
Herpes
HIV
Klebsiella Pneumoni
Karyotype
Legionella Pneumonphila
Mycobacterium Tuberculosos
Nudaurelia Capensis Omega Virus
Osteocyte
Staphylococcus Epidermis
Tapeworm
Karyotype
Plant Cell
Polio
Red Blood Cell
White Blood Cell

Zoology:
Adult Pig
Butterfly*
Cat
Cow
Deer
Dolphin
Earthworm
Fetal Pig
Fly
Frog
Frog Evolution
German Shepherd
Horse
Jellyfish
Kudu Skeleton
Lobster
Mahi Mahi
Mosquito
Owl Pellet
Rat
Rhino Beetle
Screech Owl
Spong
Starfish
Strombus Gigas
Tarantula
Termite Life Cycle

Earth Science:
Aquifer
Cave
Geyser
Glacier
Photosynthesis
Volcano
Water Cycle

Astronomy:
Sun
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Moon
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto

Botany:
Cactus
Corn*
Cotton
Dicot
Fern
Geranium
Ginkgo Tree *
Mushroom
Orchid
Pinecone
Plant Cell
Seed
Sponge
Sponge Cross Section
Wheat

Chemistry:
Periodic Table
Atom Sandbox
Molecular Viewer (25)
Animated Zinc Model

Engineering:
Auto Transmission
Bloodhound Vehicle
Car Battery
Car Chassis
Car Differential
DC Motor
Diesel Engine
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Manual Transmission
Steam Trap
Turbine Engine
V8 Engine
Wind Turbine

Paleontology:
Allosaurus
Diplodocus
Human Evolution
Mammoth
Pterosaur
Triceratops
Trilobite
T-Rex
Walking T-Rex
Trilobyte
Diplodocus

Cyber-Anatomy Med

The system provides a ‘Presenter’ interface that allows multiple views to be staged, recorded, and played back, allowing an instructor or student to prepare and save a session for later presentation to a group. The software also provides tools to support searches, quizzing, and links to individual rendered and labeled anatomy plates, including both the Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy and Grey’s Anatomy.

After initial development, we partnered with Elsevier, a market leading medical textbook publisher, to transform the core environment into Netter’s Interactive Anatomy Powered by Cyber-Anatomy. The product has subsequently been adopted by several leading medical schools, including Harvard, Cornell, Stanford, and the University of Chicago; and a host of international medical schools.

Our initial product, Cyber Anatomy Med, was developed in response to a need in third world countries that have difficulty obtaining cadavers for medical training due to religious and cultural reasons, and that do not have sufficient numbers of teachers to support anatomy instruction.

Cyber Anatomy is a virtual experience that presents a highly detailed model of the human body in a 3D visualization environment for direct interaction by a student or teacher. The model includes over 13,500 individually modeled and labeled elements – every structure in the human body larger than one millimeter – rendered and oriented with medical level accuracy. A highly intuitive interface allows the user to control the camera (rotate, pan, zoom in and out). The user can display and hide anatomical constructs, label landmarks and objects, and peel and re-orient individual items to explore the human anatomical structure. The software includes both male and female models, and provides an interface to concurrently review CT/MRI ‘slices’ that are correlated to the 3D human model. An interface is also provided that allows the user to concurrently review the Visible Human library, which is included through a licensing agreement with the National Institutes of Health.

The World’s Most Advanced Medical Level Anatomy – Education and Dissection

Both male and female detailed anatomy
3D interactive models contain the minutest of details
Interact directly with the anatomy (put your cursor on a structure and remove to reveal other structures)
Over 4,300 structures modeled in 3D
Over 13,000 anatomical landmarks, labeled
Over 2,000 cryogenic cross-sectional images
Over 10 sets of CT/MR sections throughout the body
Ability to dissect, explode, hide, transparent and many other interactive tools
Search and hieracrchial structures linked to a database of Anatomica Terminologia

These systems provide for a superb method for learning anatomy that includes:

An easy-to-use, intuitive interface
Real-time interactivity, allowing instant access to the anatomy
Search techniques using the Terminologia Anatomica standard
Ability to dissect anatomy through a regional or systemic approach
Transparency mode – to look inside the body and various layers
Hide / Unhide tool – to examine various layers simultaneously

Educational Grant Writing Support Available