Creative Hungary website accompanies the exhibition in Brussels, the heart of the European Union of some of the abstracts of the Hungarian engineering innovations: an entrepot of products and inventions, both world-renown and hidden treasures, all created by Hungarian engineering work.
This is an introduction, a discovery and a rediscovery at the same time: it shows products of various crafts that were born as the result of engineering thinking. The website says the following.
The 4D Anatomy project was initiated to develop a state of the art education tool for anatomy studies and surgical training. The project is based on a cutting edge technology that allows the recreation the vivid visual experience of lab dissections and operating procedures right on the computer screen. The content is based on photography exclusively thus displaying a never seen experience in 4D just as if we would be present in the lab or in the operating room.
This anatomy or surgical simulator helps medical professionals to gain a much better understanding of the complexity of the human body. Medical students, residents, doctors are able to pan and tilt specimens, strip layers of anatomy and virtually dissect or operate right on the computer screen. Users can virtually dissect real human corpses, study intricate details or practice surgical procedures in an interactive anytime reproducible fashion.
4D Anatomy represents a breakthrough in patient education enabling doctors to explain surgical procedures more effectively, making sure their patients have a clear understanding of their case. 4D Anatomy is a Platform based on a continuously expanding database. Institutions using our patented capture technology and software system are able to capture unique dissections in this exceptional fashion and assemble their own educational material or even share it with the rest of the world.