Virtual 3D multi-layer dissection
by photographed anatomy images
Multi-view and Multi-layer 3D anatomy has been developed by
Dr. Yoshimasa Takeda, associate professor, Anesthesiology, Okayama University Medical School since 2007.
Dissections were made by certified clinical doctors who participate in Okayama University 3D Anatomy Project
under the supervision of Dr. Aiji Ohtsuka, Professor of Human Morphology and Dean of Medical School.
Panasonic photographed them and integrated into the system. It is an outcome of joint research between
Okayama University Medical School and Panasonic Corporation.
Clinical doctors of Okayama University carefully dissected specimens
from the surface of the body to internal layers step by step.
Multiview 3D Image Capturing
Anatomy images viewable from any angle make it easy to understand
the geographic relationship inside the body.
Precise 3D Shape Reproduction
High-resolution Image Capturing
High-resolution images above 4K (four times higher resolution than full HD) enable identification of minute and complex structures of body parts.
Photographed Anatomy Image
Unlimited information of photographed anatomy images assists lifelong learning of doctors.
For single-user purposes, a display and playback system
will provide easy operation.
For multi-user purposes, multi displays including iPads
can be configured based on Anatomy image server.