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The Visible Human Project

Projects Based on the Visible Human Data Set

Applications for viewing images

  • The University of Michigan's Visible Human Project provides 2D and 3D navigational browsers to Visible Human content for educational purposes.
  • Med Image: Macintosh application showing transverse, sagittal, and coronal views of the male pelvis, female head to pelvis, and female legs.
  • BCS Grid Data Blade, Java applet that provides 2D views of the Visible Human Male at arbitrary inclinations- from Barrodale Computing Services, Ltd.
  • WISE-MD, Web Initiative for Surgical Education Modules for undergraduate or graduate medical education, from NYU School of Medicine.
  • i Voxel Browser Java- based web browser showing voxel data, surface models, annotations, body system relationships, volume rendering, and stereo 3D viewing. Software under development at the University of Michigan.
  • VHPProject (VHP Projection) from Australia's Griffith University is a web portal interface allowing exploration of volumetric data via a simple web browser.
  • Net Anatomy Multi-modal anatomy teaching tool from Scholar Educational Systems, Inc.
  • virtusMed an interactive computer system designed for teaching anatomy and medical imaging procedures such as ultrasound.
  • Cross Sectional Anatomy viewer from Loyola University (Chicago)Stritch School of Medicine.
  • Real-time Slice Navigator - from the Computer Science Department Peripheral Systems Lab, Ecole Polytechnique, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Radiologic Anatomy Atlas Viewer, developed by Robert Livingston, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Washington.
  • Visible Human Female Head and Pelvis Browsers from the University of Michigan's Digital Microscopy and Scientific Visualization Laboratory (requires a Java enabled Web client).
  • Workshop Anatomy for the Internet (WAI) from the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany. Labeled and unlabeled cryosections, correlated CT - MR images, animations, and a vocabulary of gross anatomy.
  • Visible Human Male Cross-Sections from Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies (SUMMIT).
  • Visible Human Web Server from Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland. Services for extracting labeled slices, surfaces and animations; real-time navigation through the body; constructing 3D anatomic structures; and creating teaching modules.
  • Multimodality Image Registration - cryosection, CT and MRI (Geneva University Hospital).