In this article, you can learn how to add labels with the tags feature, create 3D drawings, create a 3D presentation, and create and edit custom content in Human Anatomy Atlas 2021.
Creating and editing custom content
Learn how to create and edit custom content.
- Open any 3D view or muscle action. I want to add a few leg muscles here and add some tags so I can review their names later.
- Select “Save View” to save your view in 3D.
- To access your saved content, go to the Favorites tab. To make changes to a view, select the view and make your changes. You can add drawings and notepads to the view.
- Now, I can either save over my first view, or I can select “Save New” to save a new version. I’m going to save a new version.
- To share something you’ve made, you’ll need a Visible Body account. Once you’ve signed in, open your 3D view, and select the email button to send a link.
Creating a presentation with Tours
Learn how to make a tour with your saved 3D views.
- To begin, you'll need to customize the views you want in your tour. Each view will act as a slide in the presentation.
- Once you've created a view, select Save and name it.
- Then, save it to your Favorites.
- When you've created and saved multiple views, go to My Library and select Tours.
- Select Start to begin making a tour.
- Choose your saved views in the order that you want them to appear in your tour.
- When you're done, select Save and enter a name.
- If you have a Visible Body User Account, you can save your custom tour to the cloud.
You can use your tours to teach, study, or organize content. To flip through the views in your tour, use the arrows in the info box. If you want to see a related content view, you can select it and then return to your tour with the Back button. All of the views in your tour are editable, and the Undo, Redo, and Refresh buttons are available for you to use.
Adding labels with the Tags feature
This is how you can use the tag feature as a study tool to add labels in 3D views and in AR mode.
- To tag or add labels to 3D structures, select a structure and use the tags icon.
- Drag the tag to reposition it.
- Repeat this to add all the desired tags!
- Use the x inside the tag to delete it.
- The tags are 3D. Rotate the model and the tag repositions. If the structure tagged is not viewable, the tag appears faded.
- Select a tag and the 3D model selects.
- The tags have all the same features when viewed in augmented reality.
- To create a flashcard for study or a view for a quiz, go to the settings menu and select the option to remove the structure names from the tags.
- Select "clear all tags" to return to a view with just the 3D model.
Creating 3D Drawings
This is how you can use the 3D Draw feature.
- Tap Draw in the Annotate menu to get started.
- Set the drawing plane, and select “Start Drawing”.
- Select any of the tools from the palate to mark up your view.
- To draw an arrow, tap where you want the arrow to start and then drag away.
- You can use the pencil tool to add some notes to your drawing by using a finger, an apple pencil, or any other stylus.
- By selecting the Move Tool icon, you can rotate your model again to view it from a different angle. You can then set a new plane to add a second drawing. You can do this as many times as you would like.
- To return to or edit a previous drawing, you can select “Last Drawing” or “Edit Drawing”. “Last Drawing” allows you to edit your most recent changes. “Edit Drawing” allows you to edit any of your drawings since you opened the view.