Visible Body provides a 3D models, illustrations, animations, and other study tools to help students learn and understand Human Anatomy. With Visible Body, students have the ability to rotate models to different views, to add and remove anatomical structures, and to view detailed information about the functionality of these structures. These models provide students with a better understanding of the spacial relationships between different organs and structures in the body, as well as give students a better idea of how structures function within the body and interact with each other.
Please note that Google Chrome is the preferred browser for running Visible Body. Firefox and Safari are also supported, but may be more subject to issues loading the program. Specific ram and video card requirements for each Visible Body app are listed on the page dedicated to that app.
The Visible Body guide is designed to assist UT students in accessing and utilizing the available Visible Body apps to study concepts and structures in human anatomy and physiology.
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