I wonder if I could make a model with LED wires to better demonstrate neurone tracts in the nervous system.
Technology is moving along and I have a few ideas for the future of anatomy study.
Dave Graham-Woollard came up with this idea of creating knees with ligaments that could be loosened to demonstrate the role of each ligment in a different form of stbility of the knee. We 3D printed knees and used nylon cord with detachable toggles to simulate the ligaments. After feedback from students this year I’ve been working on version 2.0 for the next knee anatomy week.
How do I know if we’re doing a good job?
I went to an anatomy conference in Prague and presented some data from you lot about why you watch anatomy videos on YouTube.
The original short is here: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/dMXp6VUaWNA
Let’s try rock climbing with a bit of BPPV (vertigo).
Pretty snow, printed vertebrae and foggy brain.
Can ChatGPT help you with your anatomy studies? Could it become your next study buddy?
Making knees to teach what the ligaments are there for.