Beach CAP: A computer anatomy program provides photographed specimens, digitized and computerized, formatted into an interactive Web site for student access
Pennie Anne Perkins, California State University, Long Beach, United States
California State University, Long Beach . Awarded
This project applies to biomedical imaging for a computer generated anatomy and physiology program that students could access from the computer lab. When the completed project is on-line it will enable students to access laboratory models from the Internet. The work included photographing models from the anatomy laboratory, scanning the slides into the software program, Photoshop, then creating a uniform background for each slide and airbrushing the image. The two hundred images will be placed into an interactive format, titled Beach CAP, which students will be able to access via the World Wide Web. The project represents a culmination of various disciplines: Art, biology, education, and technology. The project is an excellent learning tool that I hope will be utilized in the classroom environment in the near future.
Perkins, P.A. Beach CAP: A computer anatomy program provides photographed specimens, digitized and computerized, formatted into an interactive Web site for student access. Master's thesis, California State University, Long Beach.
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