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Appy Hour Recap- April

Screenshot of AnatomyLab at Layer 5

Screenshot of AnatomyLab at Layer 5

On April 4 at Appy Hour, Rich Interdonato, PhD,  from the Department of Health Promotion and Education, College of Health, presented an anatomy cadaver lab app.

The app is called AnatomyLab and is available on Android, iOS, and Nook.

Dr. Interdonato worked with a team to produce AnatomyLab for the Android version. AnatomyLab was one of the first anatomy-related apps on the market.

Using high-resolution pictures from a real cadaver, AnatomyLab allows users to navigate through multiple layers of the dissection process by zooming in and out. The app also allows users to highlight different anatomical structures, read about the structure, rotate  and view structures at different layers, and add personal notes. AnatomyLab is an excellent study companion!

Give it a try!

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3 Comments Posted

  1. jed
    posted: April 13, 2014 9:15 am

    Wow, It's been an amazing application, very high tech and excellent study.

  2. Greg
    posted: April 16, 2014 8:54 am

    What is it all about by the way? Is there a free download?

    • Tallie Casucci
      posted: April 28, 2014 9:39 am

      If you click on the links for the different platforms (Android, iOS, and Nook) in the post, you can view more pictures of the app. The Android link also has a video about the app. The app costs $9.99 on all platforms.