June 10, 2016
BodyViz will be exhibiting at the American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA) 33rd Annual Conference June 13-17 in Oakland, CA. If you have faculty attending from your institution, we will be located at Booth 123. The BodyViz software will be presented on a 100-inch screen with conference attendees donning 3D glasses, navigating through real patient MRI/CT imaging data with ease. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you will not be attending AACA this year and are interested in learning more, no problem! Sign up for a 15 or 30 minute online demonstration at your convenience by clicking here.
The AACA was founded to support, promote, and advance anatomically and clinically-based scholarship in research, teaching, and curricular matters within the health science professions. Its annual scientific meeting provides a vital and supportive venue for basic and clinical scientists and educators to disseminate scholarly work of an experimental or descriptive nature in any of the subdisciplines of anatomy or specialities of medicine. Our journal, Clinical Anatomy, is the Official Journal of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists,the British Association of Clinical Anatomists, the Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists, and the Anatomical Society of Southern Africa. It publishes original and review articles of scientific, clinical, and educational interest to anatomists and clinicians. Our Association is proud to have members from over 30 countries worldwide and we continually welcome new members to our community.
How will you use the world's most scalable 3D visualization solution in your curriculum? Imagine a limitless virtual anatomy experience where every student interacts with real patient data. BodyViz provides students a detailed look inside the human body and gives customers the power to design unique classrooms, labs, lecture halls, and collaborative spaces. Medical schools, universities, and community colleges are utilizing BodyViz’s versatile platform to augment curriculum with virtual content; create 3D virtual anatomy labs where cadavers are not an option; and extend the anatomy experience beyond the classroom. Leveraging expertise developed at Iowa State University’s state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Application Center (VRAC), BodyViz was developed by VRAC Director James Oliver; VRAC Associate Director, Eliot Winer; world renowned surgeon, Dr. Thom Lobe, and serial entrepreneur Curt Carlson. BodyViz has extensive 3D visualization features that enable users to easily view, investigate, and virtually dissect patient data, changing the way educational and medical professionals view anatomy.
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