The Streaming Version of the complete Acland Video Atlas of Human Anatomy enables institutions to place the complete body of work on their servers, permitting multiple users simultaneous access to the content. All six segments of the video atlas are includeduupper limb, lower limb, trunk, head and neck, and internal organsuencompassing a total run time of more than 16 hours. FEATURES: High Quality Streaming Video: The series has been rendered in high quality streaming video, allowing simultaneous access by multiple users without degrading the institution's server performance. Footage has been segmented into intervals no longer than 10 minutes and the streaming rate is capped at 250kbs to minimize the burden on network servers. Easy Navigation: A comprehensive index allows users to quickly and easily search for key terms or concepts across all six video segments. True Colours, Real Specimens: All the dissections are real, fresh, unembalmed human specimens. The true color and texture of each structure is shown, just as it appears in the living body. Joints and muscles are shown actually moving as they do in life.
The Upper Extremity: The first segment in the series explores the fundamental structures of the Upper Extremity. This segment consists of three sections, describing The Shoulder, The Arm and Forearm and The Hand. The Lower Extremity: The second segment in the series explores the fundamental structures of the Lower Extremity. Segment 2 consists of four sections: The Hip, The Knee, The Leg and Ankle and The Foot. The Trunk: This segment shows the musculoskeletal system of the spine, thorax, abdomen and pelvis, together with the spinal cord and the principal nerves and blood vessels. Segment 3 is shown in four sections: The Spine, The Thorax, The Abdomen and The Pelvis. The Head and Neck, Part 1: This segment consists of five sections: Support and Movement of the Head, The Facial Skeleton and the Base of the Cranium, The Nasal Cavity and Its Surroundings, The Oral Cavity and Its Surroundings and the Larynx and Its Surroundings. The Head and Neck, Part 2: This segment consists of six sections: The Facial Muscles and the Scalp, The Brain and Its Surroundings, The Nerves of the Head and Neck, The Blood Vessels of the Head and Neck, The Eye and Its Surroundings, and The Ear.
The Internal Organs: The final segment in this series features the thoracic, abdominal and reproductive organs. Numerous scenes are made using Dr. Acland's "fishtank technique, which allows the viewer to see organs as if they were weightlessly suspended in space, allowing a 360-degree view of the true shape of the structure without the distorting effect of gravity