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Transforming clinical imaging data for virtual reality learning objects

This article describes a method for anatomy instructors to combine virtual reality with learning objects to compliment computer assisted learning. The method allows faculty to develop virtual reality learning objects using interactive software OsiriX, a free radiological imaging software package. By combining existing learning objects with anonymous CT and MR data students will be able to interact with anatomical structures in a 3D manner.

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Resource Type: Journal Article/Issue
Audience Level: Professional (degree program)

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Authors and Editors: Dr. Robert B Trelease of UCLA Center for Health Sciences Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Publisher: Education
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