Pretty snow, printed vertebrae and foggy brain.
Your new anatomy AI buddy
Can ChatGPT help you with your anatomy studies? Could it become your next study buddy?
An anatomist tinkers
Making things, like sphenoid bones. Raspberry Pi, Pico, Python, 3D printing, 3D anatomy displays and all sorts go with me alongside teaching anatomy.
BodyParts3D anatomy database: https://lifesciencedb.jp/bp3d/
Sphenoid bone with canals on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5790337
So many knees
Making knees to teach what the ligaments are there for.
This is what I’m training you for
This is a tool. What is it for?
Students tell me
Time to paint some bits of the van, and to tell you about the knee ligaments model that demonstrates what happens to stability when the knee flexes or when a ligament is torn.
3D and VR anatomy teaching
With students back in the lab and Covid restrictions reducing, I can use my 3D TV for teaching anatomy again.
A working Saturday
I travelled to speak at the first physical conference that I’ve been to since 2019.
We ran a physical formative anatomy spotter this week. Also, reindeer.