This technology creates an immersive environment that expands the exploratory abilities of the learner, including a 360° self-directed experience that allows participants to manipulate 3D images and view them from multiple angles.
Please use the Google Chrome browser for this self-directed exercise. Click on green button below to get started.
During the exercise:
- Place a mouse over an object or a button to read a label
- Click on buttons to navigate through the joint, cellular and molecular levels, to select a drug, and to advance the animation
- At the molecular level, click on the center of a green circle to see the effect of the drug
- Use a schema with keyboard commands to enhance your experience by turning the virtual objects and changing the view
Mechanism of action (MOA) animation is an effective approach for visualizing molecular and cellular concepts. Learners absorb information presented through animated medical videos about 60,000 times faster than information from text-based media.
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