What better way to study human anatomy than to carry around a tiny dissected man in your pocket? AnatomyLab, brought to us by the University of Utah, allows users to “virtually dissect” a human cadaver on an iPhone by going through real photographs of a cadaver during 40 separate stages of dissection. It’s even been recently featured on CNN.com as one of the smartphone apps that could save your life, which I think is a bit strange…I’m not quite sure how this app could save your life, but it’s cool nonetheless.
It seems like a very useful study tool, one that I wish I had when I was studying anatomy, but there have been some reviews saying that it could improve through the use of higher resolution images. Read the full description, features and limitations here!
For more anatomy resources for your study needs, head over to ThinkAnatomy.