AnatomyTouch

Scientifically accurate and life-size human brain with Augmented Reality capabilities

  • Mental
  • Hybrid
  • Manual

AnatomyTouch

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AnatomyTouch

The first scientifically accurate and hyperrealistic reproduction of a life size human brain.

We have studied neuroanatomy starting from scientific literature and cadaveric dissection and have created the most accurate anatomical models ever.

The texture, color, consistency of the anatomical parts, have all been reproduced with extreme accuracy thanks to the information given by our neurosurgeons and anatomists.

Why AnatomyTouch? We wanted to give anyone the opportunity to touch a human brain. Neuroscience has never before reached this level of beauty and accessibility.

Explore Brain Anatomy

AnatomyTouch has been designed in a modular way.

You can separate the brain from the brainstem and cerebellum in order to have an experience a full exploration.

Explore AnatomyTouch with AR

A new anatomical exploration concept

AnatomyTouch is divided into a Physical and a Virtual side: you can observe anatomy in a hybrid way, understanding the relationships between neuroanatomical structures.

In the Physical side AR shows:

  • Brain/Cerebellum/Brainstem 3D Labels
  • Ventricles
  • Basal Ganglia
  • Brainstem and cerebellum nuclei
  • Sinuses
  • Skull
  • Skin

In the Virtual side AR shows:

  • Arteries with labels
  • Veins with labels
  • Ventricles with labels
  • Basal Ganglia with labels
  • Brainstem and cerebellum nuclei with labels
  • Sinuses with labels
  • Skull with labels
  • Skin with labels

Scientific 3D Modelling

Incredible details 

AnatomyTouch is another incredible result of our “Scientific 3D Modeling”, a new methodology invented by UpSurgeOn to further enhance the accuracy of anatomical details.

But scientific literature is not the only thing you need to fully understand neuroanatomy. You need direct experience.
And thanks to Scientific 3D Modeling we have captured the cognitive and psychomotor experience of dozens of neurosurgeons and anatomists who have touched a real brain.

Brain anatomy

Here’s what you can analyze in the Physical side:

Sylvian Fissure
Frontoparietal/Temporal Operculum
Pars Orbitalis/Triangularis/Opercularis
Superior/Middle/Inferior Frontal Gyrus
Superior/Middle/Inferior Frontal Sulcus
Precentral Sulcus
Subcentral Gyrus
Frontomarginal Sulcus
Superior/Middle/Inferior Frontopolar Gyrus
Frontomarginal Gyrus
Precentral Gyrus
Central Sulcus
Olfactory Sulcus
Supraorbital Sulcus
Gyrus Rectus
Orbital Operculum
Anterior/Middle/Posterior/Lateral Orbital Gyrus
Orbital Sulcus
Paraterminal Gyrus
Accessory Supraorbital Sulcus
Paracentral Sulcus
Anterior/Posterior Paraolfactory Sulcus
Superior/Middle/Inferior/Transverse Temporal Gyrus
Planum Polare
Planum Temporale
Superior/Inferior/Transverse Temporal Sulcus
Preoccipital Notch
Lateral Occipitotemporal Gyrus
Parahippocampal Gyrys
Rhinal Sulcus
Collateral Sulcus
Occipitotemporal Sulcus
Hippocampus
Uncus
Entorhinal Gyrus
Uncal Sulcus
Postcentral Gyrus
Superior/Inferior Parietal Lobule
Supramarginal Gyrus
Angular Gyrus
Intraparietal Sulcus
Postcentral Sulcus
Anterior/Lateral/Superior/Inferior Occipital Sulcus
Transverse Occipital Sulcus
Occipitopolar Sulcus
Parieto Occipital Sulcus
Subparietal Sulcus
Central Sulcus
Insula
Limen Insulae
Anterior Ascending Ramus
Mammillary Body
Lamina Terminalis
Optic Chiasm/Tract

Cerebellum anatomy

Here’s what you can analyze in the Physical side:

Central Lobule
Culmen Vermis
Quadrangular Lobule
Primary Fissure
Declive Vermis
Simple Lobule
Post Lunate Fissure
Posterosuperior Fissure
Posterior Cerebellar Incisura
Folium Vermis
Tuber Vermis
Superior Semilunar Lobule
Horizontal Fissure
Inferior Semilunar Lobule
Prepyramidal Fissure
Prebiventral Fissure
Pyramid Vermis
Intrabiventral Fissure
Biventral Lobule
Tonsil
Superior Peduncle
Inferior Peduncle
Middle Cerebellar Peduncle
Inter Peduncular Sulcus
Lingula Vermis
Cerebello Pontine Fissure Superior Limb
Fastigium
Flocculus
Choroidplexus

Brainstem anatomy

Here’s what you can analyze in the Physical side:

Pontomedullary Sulcus
Anterolateral Medullary Sulcus
Pyramid
Anterior Median Medullary Sulcus
Olive
Posterolateral Medullary Sulcus
Posterior Intermediate Medullary Sulcus
Posterior Median Medullary Sulcus
Pontomesencephalic Sulcus
Basilar Sulcus
Pons Basilar Portion
Cerebral Peduncles
I-XII Cranial Nerves
Posterior Cerebral Artery
Superior/Anterior Inferior/Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery
Basilar Artery
Vertebral Artery
Mesencephalon
Pons
Medulla Oblongata