AnatLab is currently featured at the University of Illinois at Chicago's Biomedical Visualization department. AnatLab is a virtual anatomy laboratory for medical education. The web-based environment allows users to navigate through human anatomy, using a knowledge base of more than 700,000 annotations covering more than 2,500 different named anatomical structures. The application derives from data in the National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project, which includes images of a male human cadaver that was first frozen then sectioned prior to photographing and scanning each section. AnatLab was installed on a multi-touch table that offers visitors a unique interactive experience.
The Einstein Brain Atlas iPad app is displayed as an exhibit at the Discovery Science Place in Tyler, Texas. The app is displayed on a 60-inch interactive screen with a multi-touch overlay, allowing visitors to interact with hundreds of life-sized, ultra-high resolution slides of Einstein's neuroanatomy via the virtual microscope system.
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