The following immersive virtual reality anatomy resources are available on computers in the D.R.E.A.M. Studio (Library 417) during staffed hours, Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. For access and assistance, please check in at the library's 4th floor help desk.
Dental by Lepoloy (zSpace): Dental by Leopoly supports dental students with various 3D experiences for lifelike dental training. Examine virtual living body structures, discover relationships between various organs, and learn about dental problems, oral diseases, dental procedures, and more.
Human Anatomy Atlas (Visible Body): The Atlas 2023+ gives students access to a visual anatomy library, with features that include:
Complete female and male 3D models to study gross anatomy. View these alongside cadaver and diagnostic images.
3D views of critical organs at multiple levels.
Over 120 histology slides show cells and tissues to help students better understand the morphology of anatomy.
Brief animations and illustrations that explain core physiology and common conditions.
VIVED Anatomy (zSpace): VIVED Anatomy is designed to improve retention and increase understanding of spatial relationships of important anatomical parts. This research-based approach to learning anatomy encourages students, rather than teachers, to uncover the human body's inner workings.
Robert Acland presents moving structures—muscles, tendons, and joints—making the same movements that they make in life. The videos show complex structures step by step—from bone to surface anatomy—to provide a foundation for understanding anatomical structure and function.
A 3D anatomy platform that covers 17,000 structures, muscle movement, bone mapping, augmented reality, lectures and videos.
To download Complete Anatomy: Download the mobile app from app store OR through a browser to download appropriate software (Mac or Windows). Download demo Version ("try it for free"). Ask library staff for "redeem code" then open Settings -> My Account -> enter MUSC and redeem code.
Interactive tutorial and reference on human anatomy
Legally purchased under license from Gold Standard Multimedia by the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences (College of Health Professions), this interactive tutorial and reference on human anatomy has been posted on Edweb through a collaboration between Dr. Thierry Bacro, now in the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy (College of Medicine) and the MUSC Library.