Full-Length Human Anatomy
The full-length human anatomy hologram is being used to teach medical students about the 3D layout of the body.
It was commissioned by Prof. Gordon Findlater at Edinburgh University Medical School, because “teaching the true 3D structure of human anatomy to medical students is very difficult in the early years because all of their material is in 2D”.
Holoxica created the 1.7m hologram from a synthetic 3D model of a female derived from scans. The hologram contains three channels of information: the muscles, skeleton complete with arteries plus nervous system and the internal