Anatomy is an essential subject in the field of health and medicine, providing us with a deep understanding of the structure and function of the human body. From the systems and organs that keep us alive to the bones and muscles that allow us to move, there is much to learn and explore in this field. However, traditional teaching methods, such as lectures and reading assignments, can sometimes be dry and unengaging, making it difficult for students to retain and understand complex concepts.
Visualize the human anatomy
The Merge Cube can be used to visualize the human anatomy in 3D, allowing students to explore the different systems, organs, and structures of the body. This can help students to better understand the function and interrelationships of these structures and how they work together to maintain health.
Explore virtual dissection
The Merge Cube can be used to provide students with a virtual dissection experience, allowing them to explore the inside of the body without having to use real specimens. This can be a safer and more convenient way for students to learn about anatomy and physiology.
Learn about the functions of different systems and organs
The Merge Cube can be used to explore the functions of different systems and organs, such as the circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems. This can help students to understand the role of each system and organ in maintaining health.
Although most of our focus is on K-12 education, we see advancements in medical visualization with the Merge Cube everyday. Check out some of the research from our friends at Sira Medical.
By allowing students to visualize and manipulate 3D models of the body, the Merge Cube can help to make learning more enjoyable and memorable, leading to improved retention and understanding of the material. Whether used in the classroom or at home, the Merge Cube has the potential to revolutionize the way we teach and learn about anatomy.
How to bring Merge EDU into Your School or District
Schools and districts that have interest in Merge EDU have several resources to learn more and try out the platform. The mergeedu.com website includes general overviews, testimonials, funding ideas, pricing, and links to the Help Center. Anybody can register for a free trial at trymerge.com, and the demo video at mergeedu.com/demo provides more information about the full Merge EDU platform. If you have any questions, you can reach out to Merge at firstname.lastname@example.org.