Since technical requirements are subject to change for this resource, the links below will connect you to the most uptodate information regarding browser requirements and other technical issues for optimizing your AnatomyTV experience.
The first time you access Primal’s 3D Real-time Human Anatomy, you will be prompted to download the “Unity” plugin.This plugin is required and is safe to install.
What browser should I be using for Anatomy.TV? As of 8/15/16, UTEP Health Science Librarian Team can confirm that Anatomy.tv is fully functional in the following browsers:
If you are using Primal's 3D Real-time Human Anatomy, you should use one of the following:
Please note that Anatomy.tv's 3D Real-Time Human Anatomy does not currently function in Google Chrome.
Apple Products + Anatomy.tv
AnatomyTV is based upon Flash based product. Anatomy.Tv does not have a separate app to download. You can access the web version of this resource from your Android or Apple tablet using the links on this libguide.
Do you have an Ipad? You can now access the 3D Atlas section of Anatomy.TV on your IPad using the links on this libguide.
The IPad version is not as robust as the desktop option, but this does provide another avenue for accessing this resource. The 3D Atlas is the only section of Anatomy.TV that you can access on your IPad, without additional software.
IPad user guide (Please ignore page one of this guide. You do not need to log into AnatomyTV to access the library's subscription)
The other modules of Anatomy.TV rely on Flash which is not generally supported on IoS. It may be possible to run these modules using a browser that does support Flash. You can purchase one of the following options recommended by Stat@Ref. Please note that these browsers have not been tested nor are they supported by DMU, Primal Pictures, or StatRef!