Anatomage has created an innovative system for studying human anatomy, an electronic Anatomage Table.
The device has a length of about human height. The surface of the countertop is equipped with a touch screen. Software resembles a more complex version of children's computer game Operation.
How does it work? An electronic table provides a detailed visualization of human anatomy. Moreover, it can be used even for consultations and medical researches. Now, medical schools start to use it.
The table has algorithms for rendering Anatomage images to see the structure of human body in detail. The device can “read” MRIs and images obtained by CT scanning.
At the moment, the device is the only example of a segmented 3D anatomical system. Users can see all the parts of anatomy, as if there is a human body on the table. The system allows you to explore the body in a three-dimensional format, beginning with the skin and ending with particles of the brain.
An electronic table costs 80 thousand dollars.