Anatomage Bodies: Unique, Accurate, Functional

Table 8 enables Anatomage Bodies to evolve into living human bodies that look, respond, and function just like us.

Delivering functional anatomy and physiology elements to Anatomage Bodies, Table 8 can simulate living anatomy and kinetic motions on the digital bodies.

With Table 8 technologies, it’s now possible to tap into possibilities where the science behind human bodies can be understood, explained, and applied to further medical education, training, and treatment.

Learn With Living Bodies

Table 8 bodies deliver the most accurate representation of living anatomy and physiology that can be digitally interacted in 3D space.

Anatomage Bodies allow for ethically interacting with internal anatomy and active physiological responses inside a living human body.

Technological Versatility

With its upgraded anatomy and physiology functionalities, Table 8 increases its technological versatility to tailor to various educational and clinical demands. Anatomage Bodies are now so adaptable that they can be utilized as your learning assistants, practice patients, or surgical consultants.

Set Standards For Medical Education & Training

With Table 8, Anatomage Bodies improve student learning outcomes by simplifying the complexity of the human body through a detailed 3D layer-by-layer visualization of how a living human body looks, moves and functions.

Anatomage Bodies also allow doctors to minimize surgical errors, improve their diagnostic accuracy level and enhance patient-doctor communications.

Living Anatomy: Cardiological Function

Bring realism out of anatomy concepts by interacting with living anatomy and physiology on digital bodies. Now equipped with renovated heart motion and blood flow tools, Anatomage Bodies enable users to visually examine how cardiac and other vital functions are carried out in an active, living human body.

  • Replicate 3D visualization of the blood circulation
  • Illustrate micro-and nanoparticles in blood flow
  • Improve your understanding of cardiac physiological functions

Digital Pregnancy

Learn about the anatomy of human embryonic development by interacting with a 31-week fetus scan located inside Vicky’s body.

Users can visualize and interact with the fetus scan to appreciate the anatomical structure of a fetus. Simulation of blood exchange between the mother and the fetus is made possible for users to gain insight into the uteroplacental circulation.

  • Developed from real 31-week fetus MRI data
  • Simulates the blood flow from the mother to the fetus
  • Explicitly shows vascular and nervous systems of the fetus

High-Resolution Regional Anatomy

Experience the highest level of anatomy resolution by interacting with Connie – our brand new digital body. In addition to displaying real human anatomy content, Connie takes photorealism of regional anatomy to the next level by allowing users to visualize complex structures such as blood vessels prominently traced in anatomy regions.

Connie’s regional anatomy resolution will help students picture the details of human internal anatomy better, appreciating the complexity of the human body.

  • Expresses the highest level of regional anatomy resolution
  • Helps visualize the microstructures of the brain, ear, and eyes better
  • Interact with Connie the same way you would with other Anatomage Digital Bodies

Kinetically Functional Bodies

Involve in hands-on kinesiology simulation activities to understand how a living body physiologically produces motions. By utilizing a variety of simulation tools to manipulate skeletal, muscular, nervous, and cardiovascular tissue, users can activate anatomical movements on a digital body.

This technology will transform the way kinesiology is taught and learned by visually representing how the actual human body moves.

  • Produce shoulder, hip, and knee responses
  • Coordinate movements following flexion/extension, abduction/adduction, internal/external rotation, protraction/retraction, and elevation/depression directions
  • Offer an interactive 360-degree view of human pelvic motions

Optics Simulation and Optometry Applications

Grasp the concept of ocular motor control by simulating ocular motions on digital bodies. Table 8 users can coordinate eye movements following specific directions, such as adduction, lateral or medial directions.

In addition to helping users visually perceive how ocular torsions respond according to eye movement, Table 8’s optics simulation improves the understanding of eye anatomy, providing the foundation for optometry applications.

  • Simulate ocular motions on digital bodies
  • Coordinate eye movements in accordance with specific directions towards a visual target
  • Provide visual examples and applications for optometry
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