The most important functions
at a glance
Rotate, pan and zoom
Rotate the model in all directions. Zoom and pan it for your desired view.
Hide and fade structures. Use transparency levels in order to better identify spatial relationship between specific structures.
Take a look inside with the cutting function.
Name arbitrary structures and parts with labels. Labels move with the rotation of the model.
Colorize structures to highlight them for your presentation.
Mark with arrows, for example to show directions.
Animations move with the model and visualize processes, such as the movement of the eye lid.
Create a quiz to test your students or to test yourself. The quiz allows to check the knowledge about single anatomical structures of the ear.
Get insights into the cellular structure of the eye.
Create individual and dynamic presentations, which can be saved and shared.
Additional functions like language switcher, the screenshot function, media libraries and the opportunity to import your own content, make Human Eye Explorer a unique application.