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Virtual Reality Lab Pilot for Anatomy and Physiology: Start Here

This guide serves a s starting point for participation in our Fall 2017 Virtual Reality Pilot

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John Watts

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Virtual reality is a computer-generated environment that gives you the feeling of being in a new and interactive place. We are piloting a virtual reality lab for students studying human anatomy. In this pilot, you can explore human anatomy in new and immersive ways. To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Watch the short video below.
  2. Make an appointment with Heng-Wei or John if you would like a short introduction to the equipment and software before you start. This step is optional. 
  3. Go to the Circulation Desk next to the main entrance of Lied Library and check out the controllers and key to the Virtual Reality Lab. 
  4. Connect the controllers to the virtual reality equipment and choose an application to explore.
  5. Follow the directions and have fun! 
  6. Complete the online survey about this pilot and enter to win an Apple TV! 
  7. Return the controllers and room key to the Circulation Desk. 

After using the Virtual Reality Lab, COMPLETE THIS SURVEY and enter for a chance to win an APPLE TV.

About the Human Anatomy Applications

Virtual Reality Lab Promotion Video

3D Organon VR Anatomy


You can manipulate bones, muscles, vessels, organs, and other anatomical structures in 3D space. Examine them closely from all angles, read or hear anatomical terminology and study descriptive texts. Delve into the body systems, peek under the skin, and see what you are made of. 

The Physiology of the Eye

This application begins in a real-time automatic training mode that guides you through our visual content. Then, at any time in the application, the user can push the "Mode" button on the VR controller and switch to our interactive training mode which allows you to choose which areas you need to focus on learn at your own pace.  

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