Visible Biology offers accessibility settings to match different needs. This article reviews options in the Settings menu to make your experience more accessible.
1. Background | Adjust for light
Choose from black, white, and gray backgrounds to adjust for different lighting conditions, such as low-light environments.
2. Closed Captioning | Add subtitles
This feature turns on subtitles that match the audio in animations.
3. High Quality | Adjust for slower internet speeds
Turn on this feature for the best version of the 3D models. These high-quality models use more computer and internet resources. If you experience slow loading or lagging, turn off this setting.
4. Font Size | Select text size
Change the font size to make the text appear larger or smaller.
5. Blank Tags | Make a quiz
The tags feature adds labels to multiple 3D models. This setting removes the structure name from inside the tag, so you can create worksheets and self-study cards by adding blank labels to multiple 3D models.
6. Suggest Flashcard Labels | Study with accuracy
Turn on Suggest Flashcard Labels to enable the Auto-Label option when creating your Flashcard. This feature automatically fills in the name of your selected structure when you add a label to a Flashcard.
7. Controls | Select how you move models
The controls options give you the option of using a virtual joystick on your desktop. You can also select the direction that models rotate and pan using the joystick, a mouse, or a trackpad. The joystick is a great option if your trackpad is very sensitive to rotation. The Invert Pan and Invert Rotation controls let you change the rotation from right to left and from up to down when you gesture on the trackpad or use the mouse or joystick.