The 3D STEREOSCOPIC ATLAS OF HUMAN ANATOMY by David Bassett
is the finest collection of stereoscopic photographs of human anatomy ever produced. 1500+ 3D photographs taken by William Gruber, 3D photographer par excellence, accompanied by precisely accurate drawings of the images with all structures labeled, were originally displayed for individual viewing using the View-Master, a film transparency system which was invented by Gruber.
The new Digital 3D Atlas of Human Anatomy
This precious collection of images, originally shot on 35mm Kodachrome film, is now presented in high resolution digital 3D formatted for viewing by modern 3D systems: 3D computer/monitor, 3D television or 3D projection, and for individual viewing using the View-Vaster system. This modern day instrument is patterned after the original View-master, but it displays larger, brighter, perfectly aligned digital 3D images.
Anatomy in Depth furnishes all of the 1500+ images in perfectly registered 3d format which can be seen on any number of stereoscopic displays.