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Cyber Science 3D™ content spans a wide range of natural anatomy, as well as biological and mechanical structures.

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Instructors can use the content in a lecture environment to demonstrate terms, labels, and spatial relationships between objects in all our simulations.

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Human Anatomy


Our Cyber Science 3D™ Introductory Human Anatomy series provides a variety of simulations of anatomical systems. Each simulation is available for display via a desktop or laptop computer through an internet connection or via a one-time software download. The simulations can also be configured for display on interactive whiteboards, or through a connection to a traditional (2D) or stereographic (3D ready) projector.

Instructors can use the content in a lecture environment to demonstrate human anatomy, including terms, labels, and spatial relationships. Imagine traversing a nerve path or the digestive system, peeling away layers of muscle and layers of organs, or hiding external features to reveal underlying constructs!

Students are able to interact directly with these systems to develop a working knowledge of human anatomy in support of either self-directed study or organized project activities.

Several new anatomical system models are in development (to be released in Fall of 2012), including dynamic musculoskeletal motion for major joints such as the shoulder, knee, and hip!

 

 

Zoology


Cyber Science 3D™ Zoology is our most popular series. This series provides fully dissectible frogs, cats, and fetal pigs, in addition to a wide variety of other sea creatures, animals, and insects. Our current customers have had success using the software to replace physical animal dissections in the classroom. Other schools have reported significant benefit to biology instruction by using the Cyber Science 3D™ software to reinforce dissection laboratory experiments.

Instructors can enable or disable the labeling feature to support quizzing, or build intricate demonstration sequences for playback using our comprehensive ‘Presenter’ function.

Our new Chicken Embryo simulation traces the maturation of a chick from fertilization through hatching, We are hard at work adding several new dynamic simulations to our Zoology series to fully illustrate critical biological processes.

 

 

Botany


The Cyber Science 3D™ Botany series focuses on demonstrating botanical systems at various stages of development. Our Corn model includes three stages of development: a kernel, a seedling, and a stalk. Our Gingko Tree offers views of a Gingko Tree, a Gingko Leaf, and a microscopic leaf cross-section.

Each plant is fully dissectible, and provides a full array of user controls: rotate, zoom, pan, peel/stick, hide/unhide, transparency, and explode.

Current work is focused on providing user-definable labels and incorporating 3D animations to demonstrate the form and function of individual botanical objects. We are also adding to our line of botanical models beginning with a Forest Layers activity, detailed Stem and Root dissections, and new dissectible Joshua and Redwood Trees!

 

 

Microbiology


The Cyber Science 3D™ Microbiology series best demonstrates the novelty of our software, as microscopic organisms come to life in a way previously unavailable in K-12 classrooms. This series includes plant and animal cells, viruses, DNA, and microorganisms such as flagellates and bacteria.

The Microbiology series can be used to instruct students in the basic structure, function, and behavior of microorganisms. The software is very well suited to augmenting laboratory microscopy sessions and reinforcing textbook lessons.

Currently, we are working on several dynamic simulations of cell physiology, including a highly detailed call wall and processes including meiosis and mitosis.

 

 

Astronomy


The Cyber Science 3D™ Astronomy series offers a wide range of dissectible celestial bodies for viewing. The series includes the sun, planets, and moons from our solar system.

We are currently developing new simulations to show relative motion between these bodies, along with a new Sun / Earth / Moon activity that dynamically illustrates the phases of the moon!

 

Earth Science


Our highly popular interactive volcano was the initial offering in our Cyber Science 3D™ Earth Science line. We have received very positive feedback from students and teachers, who are able to fully dissect and analyze common elements in geological formations such as geysers and glaciers, and processes such as the Water Cycle.

Our new immersive cave sets a new standard for our Earth Science simulations. The fully dissectible cave network includes six main chambers, several smaller alcoves, and 93 distinct objects such as stalagmites, stalactites, columns, pools, and more! The user can traverse the cave network in immersive 3D, or create illustrative cross sections to reveal underlying geographic features.

Several new Earth Science activities are in development for release in Fall of 2012!

 

Paleontology


Our Cyber Science 3D™ Paleontology line started with our dissectible Tyrannosaurus Rex, which we unveiled at the 2010 ISTE Conference in Denver. This series now includes several dissectible models, including the Diplodocus, Triceratops, Allosaurus, and Pterosaur; and even a Trilobite and Wooly Mammoth! Animated versions of our Diplodocus and T-Rex offer a unique visual experience for students of all ages.

Rather than trying to guess at the underlying musculature and organs of dinosaurs, our Paleontology series focuses on the size, shape, and underlying skeletons of dinosaurs. A human model is provided to give the student a sense of scale of these impressive creatures.

Future work will focus on providing the student with the ability to assess various coloring patterns and skin textures that have been the focus of paleontologist speculation.

 

Chemistry


Our Cyber Science 3D™ chemistry series offers a compelling set of activities to reinforce traditional study, focusing on immersive visual activities and fully interactive models and simulations.

Our Interactive Periodic Table enables an instructor to dynamically present the groups and trends of elements, illustrating why the Periodic Table is organized as it is. Our ‘Atom Sandbox’ supports several different displays of atoms for each element, including Bohr, Energy, and Quantum Mechanics Models. The user is able to ionize atoms, step through stable and unstable isotopes, and even trigger dynamic radioactive decays. Our ‘Molecule Viewer’ enables the display of common molecules, and provides hands-on activities such as constructing a molecule from its constituent elements.

Our team is currently expanding the chemistry series to include dynamic reactions to support the analysis of the formation and decomposition of compounds subject to a variety of catalysts!

 

Mechanical


Our Cyber Science 3D™ Engineering series was also introduced at the 2010 ISTE Conference with our dissectible V-8 engine. Like all of our simulations, the V-8 provides an excellent interactive experience on conventional (2D) displays, and provides an unrivaled learning experience in stereographic 3D (a special graphics card and active 3D glasses are required).

Our new Car Differential and Wind Turbine activities offer unique simulations of mechanical systems, subject to physics-based cause and effect. In the upcoming months, this will be augmented with a series of fully animated mechanical constructs including a full series of engines and transmissions.

 

 

 

Available content:
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Human Anatomy:

Alveolibr
Blood Vessel
Bone Cross Secion
Brain
Cervical Vertebrae
Digestive System
Ear
Egg
Eye
Eye Cross Section
Female Pelvis
Female Reproductive
Heart
Human Cell
Intro Human
Lower Limb Male Reproductive
Muscle Cross Section
Nephron
Nerve
Nerve Cell
Ovarian Cycle
Red Blood Cell
Respiratory System
Skeleton
Skin
Skull
Human Sperm
Synapse
Teeth & Gums
Tooth
Upper Limb
Urinary System
Uterus

Zoology:

Adult Pig
Butterfly*
Cat
Cow
Deer
Dolphin
Earthworm
Fetal Pig
Fly
Frog
Frog Evolution
German Shepherd
Horse
Jellyfish
Kudu Skeleton
Lobster
Mahi Mahi
Mosquito
Owl Pellet
Rat
Rhino Beetle
Screech Owl
Spong
Starfish
Strombus Gigas
Tarantula
Termite Life Cycle

 

Botany:

Cactus
Corn*
Cotton
Dicot
Fern
Geranium
Ginkgo Tree *
Mushroom
Orchid
Pinecone
Plant Cell
Seed
Sponge
Sponge Cross Section
Wheat

 

Chemistry:

Periodic Table
Atom Sandbox
Molecular Viewer (25)
Animated Zinc Model

Microbiology:

Amoeba
Bacillus
Bird Flu Virus
Bordetella Pertussis
Clostridium Botulinum
Corynebacterium Diptheriae
Chromosome
Coronavirus
DNA
Enterobacteria Phage T4
Echovirus
Escherichia Coli
Fusobacterium Nucleatum
Halteria
Helicobater Pylori
Herpes
HIV
Klebsiella Pneumoni
Karyotype
Legionella Pneumonphila
Mycobacterium Tuberculosos
Nudaurelia Capensis Omega Virus
Osteocyte
Staphylococcus Epidermis
Tapeworm
Karyotype
Plant Cell
Polio
Red Blood Cell
White Blood Cell

 

Earth Science:

Aquifer
Cave
Geyser
Glacier
Photosynthesis
Volcano
Water Cycle

 

Astronomy:

Sun
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Moon
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto

 

* Life Cycle Series

Engineering:

Auto Transmission
Bloodhound Vehicle
Car Battery
Car Chassis
Car Differential
DC Motor
Diesel Engine
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Manual Transmission
Steam Trap
Turbine Engine
V8 Engine
Wind Turbine

Paleontology:

Allosaurus
Diplodocus
Human Evolution
Mammoth
Pterosaur
Triceratops
Trilobite
T-Rex
Walking T-Rex
Trilobyte
Diplodocus

 

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