Virtual Human Anatomy

Acadicus provides an expansive and rapidly growing library of interactive virtual human anatomy.

With Acadicus Pro, educators can run live multiplayer simulations, edit scenes, and capture 3D recorded demonstrations students.

Featured Content

All of these assets are available in the Shared Content Library.

virtual human anatomy kidney in VR

Kidneys.  Contributed by: Acadicus

virtual skeletal anatomy in VR

Interactive Skeletal Anatomy: Contributed by Cochise College, Instructor Frank Emanuele. 

virtual dental simulation in VR

Dental Anatomy: Contributed by Madison College

virtual nervous system visualization

Nervous and Endocrine System: Contributed by Acadicus

virtual skull anatomy in VR

Skull Visualization: Contributed by Cochise College, Instructor Frank Emanuele

virtual eye anatomy human in VR

Eye Section: Contributed by Madison College

virtual muscle anatomy multiplayer VR

Interactive Muscle Anatomy: Contributed by Cochise College, Instructor Frank Emanuele

virtual human cardiac anatomy

Eye Section: Contributed by Madison College

virtual human anatomy organs

Organs: Contributed by Acadicus

heart block visualization multiplayer virtual reality interactive menu

Heart Block Visualization: Contributed by Cochise College, Instructor Melesa Ashline

Featured Events

Acadicus VR Roundtable with Frank Emanuele: Exploring Collaborative and Interactive Anatomy Models in VR with Frank Emanuele.

Acadicus VR Roundtable with Bill Ballo, featuring several anatomy assets.

Featured Lessons

Heart Flow by Dr. Nick Slamon

Chest and Abdomen Anatomy by Bill Ballo

Basic Bones Overview by Bill Ballo

Heart Flow by Bill Ballo

Sponsors and Contributors

Organizations can sponsor expansions of or modifications to simulation content to be included in the next edition of this content pack.  Expert instructors can gain access to complimentary Acadicus Pro Space to capture and share 3D recorded demonstrations that can be accessed by other Acadicus users.

Bill Ballo

Bill has been in EMS since 1997 and EMS Education and simulation since 2008. Bill is a graduate of St. Petersburg College with an A.S. in EMS and an A.A. in Liberal Arts. He attended the University of Florida where he earned his B.S. in Telecommunication in June of 2007. Bill earned his Master’s in Public Health from the University of South Florida in December of 2012. Bill is currently leading efforts to help faculty learn and utilize technology, including Virtual Reality, in all aspects of education at Madison College in Madison Wisconsin.

Bill’s current title is Faculty in Academic Technology in the Madison College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). Bill continues to be involved in EMS Education on the Local, State, and National level. 

Madison College

Madison College provides top, hands-on training in 150+ degree & certificate programs at 9 local campuses with online, accelerated & part-time options.

Frank Emanuele

Frank Emanuele

Mr. Frank Emanuele has been instructing college biology courses since 2002. He has instructed courses such as anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, microbiology, general biology for majors, and introductory anatomy and physiology and biology. He received his bachelors in Biology/PreMed from Gannon University of Pennsylvania and his masters in Biology/Genetics from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.  

He is currently instructing courses at Cochise College in Cochise County AZ and has been with Cochise College since 2016. At Cochise College he has been a faculty advisor in Cochise College’s Undergraduate Research Club since 2017. Cochise College students awarded him the Instructor of the Year Award for the 2019-2020 academic year. Currently the Cochise College Undergraduate Research Club is conducting research involving the San Pedro River Conservation Area and the Gulf of California where with his other advisor colleagues they guide students in research involving the ecology and genetics of mammals and aquatic insects dependent on this watershed and region.

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Cochise College

Cochise College is a public, two-year institution that serves the residents of Cochise County from two campuses and four centers throughout Southern Arizona with panoramic views of five different mountain ranges. 

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Learn more about virtual simulation by tuning in to the Acadicus VR Roundtable.