Arm-ed and dangerous…

So, now that we’re up-and-running with Dactyl, and people are using it, it’s time to add to our bone packs and increase the reference collection that is available to you all. But the fun thing is, we’ve not decided yet what to scan and model. We’re crazy like that… We’ve had some requests though, and that’s totally how we want this to work. You tell us what you want, and we’ll whip them up for you. Then we’ll be BFFs!

The first request to be modelled is the upper limb. One of our users felt that this would really help his anatomy teaching, we totally agree. Our team are now in the midst of making his digitisation dreams a reality! We’ll even give him this pack for free, seeing as it was his idea.

We’ve had other good suggestions come into anthronomics HQ too, so if you’ve got something that in mind that would help your teaching – just let us know!

Dactyl in action!

So now that the final build is just about upon us, I thought it’d be useful to actually show you all what Dactyl can do – and how it can help improve the learning experience of those studying osteology.

So I boldly went over to ScreenR to record some mini-skeletal anatomy movies for you all to watch. They’re fun and educational. They’re fun-ducational! I’m pretty sure that word is now going to catch on fast…

So, you should scoot over here if you want to see them.