Educational experiences & virtual dissections in 3D

Inside Explorer for schools

Allow your students to become explorers, by using real scientific data and our cutting-edge software, we allow your students to interact with captivating 3D content from scientist and researchers. Designed to be an educational tool and with the worlds' largest Scientific 3D library, your digitally will be able digitally dissect virus particles to Egyptian mummies.

Hypotheses and important questions

Inside Explorer creates value through interaction with scientifically based data. The students look at the same data as the doctor, veterinarian, and scientist in an easy-to-use-software. The scientific data stimulate the student to ask questions as "how?", "what?" and "why?". It also allows the students to create hypotheses and answer them with Inside Explorer and learn from each other.  

Learn from questioning not memorizing. 

Inside Explorer for classroom teaching

Interactive educational software accelerate learning through visualization and exploration. Inside Explorer tickles curiosity and invite students to investigate items in detail over and over again.

Our customers use Inside Explorer to increase knowledge and exploration of real captured items within Natural Sciences, anatomy and history. Inside Explorer is just as suitable for primary schools as for higher education.

Inside Explorer for digital dissection

Inside Explorer is suited for education and information about both common and rare species. Users of Inside Explorer can learn in a more explorative way how real frogs, animals and insects look on the inside and study their anatomy in detail.

Our customers have experienced the many benefits with digital dissection which Inside Explorer enables. Advantages, such as being a great tool to get more familiar with the item, and a great support for deeper knowledge and information.

Furthermore, exotic animals are rare to anatomize, but with Inside Explorer, the students are offered multiple species to explore and learn more about.

Making the invisible visible

We have work with leading researchers, museums, collections and other organizations worldwide by developing their CT-scans into interactive 3D visualizations.

We have now built the world's largest scientific 3D library and it is forever expanding as we add new content partners.

Built for public interaction, we developed an educational display software that allows visitors to interact with these 3D visualizations.


“This technology generates curiosity and curiosity is at the core of wisdom; it’s what we want,” says Mr Wainwright. “We don’t want a machine that delivers answers because the world already has one of those. It’s called Google. We want a machine or an idea that generates thought and generates questions.”

Jason Wainwright, Director of Learning Culture, All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac



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