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A Smarter Way to Lecture

Smart Lecture gives health care providers the tools to make slideshow presentations for colleagues, students and patients with 3D art.

We are proud to announce our latest product Smart Lecture, a slideshow presentation editor based around real time 3D anatomy.

Smart Lectures change everything. Our Customers can now make their own slideshows with high-quality, interactive 3D anatomy to communicate with colleagues, educate patients and teach students about the medical issues they see every day for a low cost.

The goal of Smart Lecture is to save time and money for those who are considering using 3D anatomy in a slideshow, video or animation for training, educational or promotional purposes.

Whether you are a student preparing a presentation for class, a physician who regularly uses anatomical models to educate patients, or a physician explaining complex medical ideas to a group of colleagues at a continuing education seminar, Anomalous Medical’s Smart Lecture tools provide the 3D art assets and the presentation platform to communicate your message.

Smart Lecture fulfills our ongoing mission to provide an affordable turnkey 3D art and simulation solution. Smart Lecture is a flexible 3D Anatomy authoring tool that gives the author complete editorial control.

Smart Lecture Tools

Videos can be a great educational resource for healthcare providers; however, they cannot be updated with new information without paying for an updated version or to have them changed. A custom eight to 10 minute 3D animated video, for example, can cost more than $10,000.

A Smart Lecture can be updated at any time by the author. The only costs are the tools and bundles and the author’s time. The Smart Lecture tools cost anywhere from $100 to $500, depending on the features and simulations with which they are bundled.

For example, dentists can currently buy the Smart Lecture Dental bundle to get started simulating distortions in the dental anatomy and recreate the medical conditions they see in their patients, such as temporomandibular joint disorder, a bad bite or a traumatic injury to the jaw bone. They can then include those simulations in a Smart Lecture(s) to use in a seminar or consultation.

As more anatomy is made available, future simulations would be developed for cardiologists, orthopedists, pulmonologists, etc. But knowing what simulations are needed depends on feedback from the medical community.

Forging partnerships with medical experts will be an important factor in developing future simulations for Anomalous Medical. The partnership will benefit medical experts who are trying to find new ways to explain their ideas in new ways.

Today, many healthcare providers are using outdated art and animations they can’t afford to update. They may even abandon using old material during patient consultations, resulting in a breakdown in communication between doctor and patient.

At a time when business costs are soaring, health care providers are looking for ways to reduce their costs while providing the most up-to-date and relevant medical information for patients and colleagues. Anomalous Medical Smart Lecture is a high-quality, low-cost solution for healthcare providers.