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3D Real-time help – Start page

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Learn about 3D Real-time with our guided learning videos
Products covered by these tutorials
3D Real-time
Spine
Shoulder and Arm
Forearm and Hand
Thorax
Abdomen
Male Pelvis
Female Pelvis
Hip and Thigh
Knee
Leg, Ankle and Foot
Whole Body
Step-by-step videos
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Welcome to our 3D Real-time video tutorials. These narrated videos will help you to use our products effectively, with key tips allowing you to reach your goals faster. Click on the headers below to show the tutorial videos for that topic.


First steps
Introduction
0.39
Getting started
0:40
Interface orientation
0:48
Working with the 3D model
Customizing a 3D view by adding/removing structures
3:07
Customizing the position of the 3D model
3:20
Isolating structures with Inspect
0:29
Understanding spatial relationships using Examine
0:35
Getting the best view with Context
0:37
Creating X-ray images using Ghost
0:52
Dissecting and pre-surgery planning
1:02
Customizing the focus of the 3D model using Home/Home in
0:36
Changing how the model responds from the Contents and Search
0:55
Selecting single or multiple structures
1:36
Starting a new 3D view using Clear
0.23
Labeling and text
Selecting structures
1:12
Title bar and cookie crumb trail
0:42
Adding labels to the 3D model
0:58
Removing structure names
0:56
The Text panel and text links
1:10
Bookmarks and favorites
View the gallery
1:51
Save views to your favorites
0:35
Customizing settings
Changing the highlight and background colors
1:23
Using highlight color to show anatomical groups
0:56
Changing the quality of the 3D model
0:59
Changing the size of the text
0:32
Increasing anatomical understanding using Cadaver Colors
0:25
Creating an outlines only coloring book image
1:04
Using 3D stereo-anaglyph mode
0:26
Saving and sharing content
Saving images for offline use
2:14
Sharing content with other users
1:22
Drawing and editing tools
Adding Pins to the 3D model
1:05
Creating a spotter test
1:49
Edit and Drawing tools
1:18
Locking Pins, Labels and Drawings
0:25
Search and history
Using Search to find content
0:35
Back and Forward function
0:34
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Products covered by these tutorials
3D Real-time
Spine
Shoulder and Arm
Forearm and Hand
Thorax
Abdomen
Male Pelvis
Female Pelvis
Hip and Thigh
Knee
Leg, Ankle and Foot
Whole Body
Step-by-step videos

Welcome to our 3D Atlas and 3D Human tutorials. These narrated videos will help you to use our products effectively, with key tips allowing you to reach your goals faster. Click on the headers below to show the tutorial videos for that topic.


First steps
Introduction
0.33
Getting started
1:11
Interface orientation
1:18
Interacting with the 3D model
Layer control
1:29
Rotation control
0:51
Zoom control
0:43
Printing and saving images for offline use
Printing
0.44
Saving
1:01
Customizing color and orientation of 3D model
Changing highlight color
0.18
Flip tools
0:41
Labeling with anatomy and text
Labeling the 3D model
1:15
Text pane
1:07
Working with additional multimedia
MRI section (standard)
3:17
MRI section (radiology)
1:47
Imaging section (ultrasound)
2:00
Slides section
1:07
Movies section
1:04
Animations section
2:05
Clinical section
1:18
Patient information section
1:03
Navigation menu
Contents
1:02
Index
0:47
Bookmarks
2:02
Weblink
1:06
Require further help?
Preferences
1:18
Help file
0.26
Products covered by these tutorials
3D Atlas
Head and Neck
Spine
Shoulder and Arm
Forearm, Wrist and Hand
Thorax and Abdomen
Pelvis
Hip
Knee
Leg, Ankle and Foot

Functional Anatomy
Functional Anatomy
Exercise
Pilates
Yoga
Resistance Training

Clinical Specialities
Otolaryngology
Dentistry
Dental Hygiene
Speech Language Pathology
Head and Neck: Basic Neuroanatomy
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Urology

Imaging
Ultrasound: Lower Limb
Ultrasound: Upper Limb
CT and MRI: Thorax, Abdomen and Pelvis

Therapy
Anatomy Trains
Massage and Manual Therapies
Chiropractic
Step-by-step videos

Welcome to our Anatomy and Physiology tutorials. These narrated videos will help you to use our products effectively, with key tips allowing you to reach your goals faster. Click on the headers below to show the tutorial videos for that topic.


First steps
Introduction
0.56
Getting started
0.41
Interface orientation
1.36
Accessing the content
Navigation menu
0.37
Exploring anatomy and physiology content
1.35
Multimedia
1.23
What you need to know
0.32
Interacting with the 3D model
Maximise
1.05
Using the toolbar
1.13
Locating content
Using the search
1.55
Using the Index and Pronunciation guide
1.10
Additional content: Aging and Clinical
1.10
Saving and sharing content
Saving and printing images
0.47
Sharing content with other users
0.50
Saving text content for offline use
0.41
Applying your knowledge
Quizzing
1.29
Case studies
0.39
Interactive learning activities
Introduction to Interactive learning activities
0.57
Interactive learning: Quizzes
0.43
Interactive learning: Click a structure
1.21
Interactive learning: Print and label
1.23
Interactive learning: Coloring book
1.39
Additional support for faculty
Faculty area
1.36
Require further help?
Help file
0.26
Products covered by these tutorials
Anatomy and Physiology
Body Plan and Organization
Chemistry
Cell Biology
Histology
Integumentary System
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Nervous System
Special Senses
Endocrine System
Blood
Cardiovascular System
Lymphatic System and Immunity
Respiratory System
Digestive System
Metabolism
Urinary System
Fluid, Electrolyte & Acid-Base Balance
Reproductive System
Development and Inheritance