Learn about bodies when Human Anatomy VR makes it way to PSVR

 

Virtual Medicine is going to releasing its educational tool Human Anatomy VR on PSVR the company confirmed, and avid learners won’t have to wait long as the tool will be released next week on August 29th. The title has male and female anatomy so people can learn about the differences between the types. The learning itself is done through different modes including slice mode and search mode. There are also questions that come up during exploring the body to see if the knowledge has been picked up.

The skeleton, muscular system, nervous system, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, integumentary system, digestive system, reproductive system, lymphatic system, connective tissues, anatomical model of the eye, anatomical model of the ear, cross-section of the tooth, and the cross-section of the skin are all available to check, but looking at reviews on other platforms it seems each section needs to be paid for individually, though the tool itself is free to download. As a tool Human Anatomy VR could be very effective for those studying human anatomy as well as those who are interested in learning about certain parts of the body.

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  1. Dinkle seems to be missing. Poor chap.

    • That’ll be so you “learn about the differences between the two boy types”. One type has a “dinkle”, the other type doesn’t.

      • Out you popped, out of your mummies tumpkin and everyone shouted : “It’s a boy, it’s a boy!”. And somebody said “but it hasn’t got a winkle!”.

        And then I said “A boy without a winkle? God be praised, it is a miracle. A boy without a winkle!”

        And then Sir Thomas More pointed out that a boy without a winkle is a girl. And everyone was really disappointed.

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