3D4Medical‘s newest product, Complete Anatomy Lab (CAL), has the potential to completely transform the way medical students study anatomy and physiology. The software, with a little help from hardware, can place 3D representations of the human body in any space. The 3D models are composed of over 6,500 interactive body structures, complete with descriptions, related lectures, and other useful study tools the user can summon at any time.

The technology may help reduce the number of cadavers needed for training in medical schools, as well as enabling students to learn anatomy and physiology outside of lab hours with the aid of complex and comprehensive replicas of the body. Users can even generate their own lectures and share with the community of CAL subscribers.