Acland’s Video Atlas of Anatomy - Digital Solutions - Logo

Anatomy in Real-Life 3D supports the teaching and learning of anatomy with more than 300 narrated videos of REAL cadaver specimens. This dynamic tool can be used during lectures, for review purposes before or after lab, and as a supplement to dissection, particularly if access to cadavers is limited. Dr. Robert D. Acland, FRCS, microsurgeon, and clinical anatomist spent more than 11,000 hours over the course of six years producing these in-depth anatomy videos that have now been optimized for the web and for mobile and tablet devices. - Digital Solutions - devices

Unique features include:

  • Rotating videography shows structures and movements in three dimensions, helping students make sense of what they see or miss during dissection
  • Compelling images combine with detailed voiceover and labelling to support visual and auditory learning styles
  • Carefully preserved, expertly dissected human specimens in their natural colour complement course goals and objectives for a range of programmes
  • Brand new content covering the inner ear


  • Email functionality allows you to send links to specific clips for sharing
  • “My Favorites” tab makes it easy to save videos for quick reference during lecture, lab, or review
  • Downloadable PDF transcripts serve as convenient course supplements and review material
  • Regional organization of videos takes you to those parts of the body most relevant to your course
  • MCQ-format questions and answers based on Professor Acland’s expertly dissected specimens- available in both review and timed examination mode