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Dean Mantz

6 Virtual Tours Of The Human Body For Free Interactive Anatomy Lessons - 31 views

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    Here are 6 virtual tours of the Human Body. I have written a blog post review of the 1st option- Google Lab's Body Browser.
Dean Mantz

NMAH | Artificial Anatomy | Body Parts - 20 views

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    Interactive anatomy of human body via Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Dean Mantz

Yucky Gross and Cool Body - 24 views

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    Interactive site providing games and information regarding stuff human bodies create.
Fred Delventhal

Body Browser - Google Labs - 19 views

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    To use Body Browser, you'll need a Web browser with WebGL support. Click here to get the new Google Chrome beta, or visit khronos.org for more choices.
Dean Mantz

BioDigital Human: Explore the Body in 3D! - 42 views

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    This virtual interactive 3D figure of the human body blows away Google's creation.  It is a must see!
Dean Mantz

Zygote Body - 12 views

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    Interactive Human Body in 3D.
Dean Mantz

Human Anatomy Model, Anatomy Chart, Anatomical Chart | InnerBody - 21 views

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    Interactive guide to the human inner body.
Dean Mantz

Children's Museum - Bones Exhibit - 0 views

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    Interactive games and lessons about your body structure.
Fred Delventhal

Smithsonian Wild - 17 views

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    Welcome to Smithsonian WILD! This site is designed to showcase some of the exciting research conducted by the Smithsonian Institution and its collaborators around the world, and to highlight the incredible diversity of wildlife that exists in a range of habitats across the globe.  The use of motion-triggered 'camera traps' has become an incredibly useful tool for scientists to answer an enormous range of conservation and ecological questions. Researchers attach these unique cameras to posts or trees, often along forest trails, and when a camera's sensor registers an animal's body heat and movement, a photograph is taken. The studies highlighted here demonstrate the range of applications of this method, and how these cameras give us a glimpse into an animal world that is rarely seen by anyone. You can search the site by following the trail of interesting animals or the lure of diverse sites around the world.
Dean Mantz

Build a Body - 35 views

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    Great interactive site shared on Richard Byrne's Free Technology For Teachers blog.  
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