This tutorial demonstrates the tools available to build and customize a 3D view in Human Anatomy Atlas for zSpace.
Let’s start in the skeletal system and choose the skull view.
I want to explore the facial skeleton.
A quick way to do this is to select the cheek bone, and then open up the hierarchy by clicking on this caret.
Selecting the facial skeleton from this list will highlight the anatomy on screen.
Let’s customize our view.
Once a structure is selected I can fade or hide it using these buttons.
I’d like to add the brain to this view, so I’ll go down here and select the Search.
After adding the brain, I can look around and see how it is encased by the skull.
If I want to see the brain by itself, I can go over to the systems tray and remove all of the bones from my view.
If I hide some of the brain but then later decide that I would like to get it back, I can go to the Tools menu and use the History buttons.
Let’s build another view.
I’m going to the main menu and selecting the thoracic cage.
Using the system tray, I can add the respiratory and circulatory systems.
I want the whole skeleton on screen, so I toggle the skeletal system off and then on to get the entire system.