Anatomische ‘snijzaal’ plaatjes op Flickr

torso In May of 2007, Robert Chase, MD, the Emile Holman Professor of Surgery (Emeritus), realized his vision of capturing Susini’s waxworks with 3D stereo photography when an international team captured six images of Susini’s work. Dr. Amy Ladd, professor of orthopaedic surgery and chief of the Chase Hand Center, led the team with Chase’s vision of linking past and future technology as its theme. The team consisted of members from Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies (SUMMIT) and colleagues from Bologna, Italy. They partnered with Dr. Ruggeri at the University of Bologna (Institute of Human Anatomy), and Bernard Makinson, a stereo photographer. The photographs were taken at the Museo delle Cere Anatomiche Luigi Cattaneo.

These first six images represent a pilot for a larger program that will be launched in the fall of 2008. The goal is to bring these waxworks to a larger audience that includes medical students and art enthusiasts alike. Viewing these images with blue-red 3D glasses will render the waxworks in stunning detail.

For our Englicsh readers: the flickr pics are here and there is a RSS-link. Or even more at the Stanford Medicine Flickr page..

Alle foto’s (en ze zijn de moeite waard… we wachten in spanning op de rest eind dit jaar) op Flickr zijn hier (officiele site) te vinden, mocht je liever de rss feed gebruiken om ze te bekijken gebruik dan deze link. Ook is er de Stanford Medicine Flickr pagina met meer van het zelfde, geweldig mooi om te zien..

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