DVDs, Tapes, and Web Version
Dr. Robert Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy shows you true images of real, exquisitely dissected human anatomical specimens, in three dimensions. As the camera moves from one viewpoint to another, the specimen appears to rotate in space, letting you experience it as a three dimensional object.
Acland's DVD Atlas uses fresh, unembalmed specimens that retain the color, texture, mobility--and beauty--of the living human body. A concise synchronized narration runs throughout the program. As each new structure is shown, its name appears on the screen. There is a self-testing feature at the end of each section.
The conversion to DVD format transforms Acland's groundbreaking series into a fully navigable learning tool with exceptional digital resolution. Two navigation tools, the Index and the Table of Contents, give immediate access to specific content. The DVDs are ready to play on any computer with a DVD drive, or any set-top player. They are coded for all international regions (1-6).
The originally published VHS tapes of Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy are still available, in NTSC and PAL versions.
The DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy is a production of the Departments of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology and Surgery, and I.T. Television Services of the University of Louisville.