Brain Dissector is a tool for training, presentation, reference and documentation of the anatomy of the brain. It is worldwide used by leading universities for Neuroscientific teaching. Brain Dissector is easy to use and is based on a new and unique user interface technique for displaying sectional views in separate 3D windows simultaneously. The integrated high-end brain model consists of 1190 structures, nuclei, nerves and brain skull. Internet bindings for all structures provide instant access to related neuro-anatomical online information.
3D Viewing and interactive dissection instead of numerous drawings and illustrations
Brain Dissector is an efficient tool for understanding brain structures and functions, for presenting and for lecturing. The complexity of the brain can be better presented, explained and quicker understood if based on three-dimensional visualization, dissection and interaction. Brain Dissector offers:
- Easy, intuitive operation based on the 3D-Multi-Windows interface
- Rapid dissection through visual pick-menus
- Interactive addition of pointer labels, circular pointer labels and comment labels
- Simultaneous display of different structures in 3D popup windows
- Instant access to related online information
Brain Dissector can be a most efficient enhancement or substitution to brain illustrations and plastics models.
Adding content: Extendible Library of 3D-Views and Images
A library of brain views includes sectional 3D views and labeled MRI images. New 3D-views can be created and Labels can be added and modified. You can load images, add labels and comments and add it to the build-in collection of views. 3D-views and images are grouped in a tree and can be quickly recalled using the Preview feature.
Local search engine helps to find similar 3D views and Images quickly
A comprehensive dictionary of names and label terms is automatically maintained and helps to find related views of a brain structure. Enter a search term or pick a name from an alphabetical list for instant preview of all matching 3D-views and images. While you add labels in your language, the dictionary grows in size and becomes a personalized source for presentation and reference.