Theatrum Anatomicum is a Latin term used to describe unique lecture hall specially designed to observe details of human body dissection. Theatrum Anatomicum was prepared for teaching anatomy at early modern medical universities.
Technical progress of audio-visual equipment caused that Theatrum Anatomicum changed its central position in medical education. The similar educational functions were retaken by films, videos and audio-visual equipment based on computer software and hardware. It was beginning of the end of the traditional Theatrum Anatomicum position in medical education. A new project called Theatrum Anatomicum VR (TAVR) is the revival platform for retrieving unusual dissections captured on stereoscopic photographs.
TAVR team prepared software for liberation 3D effects frozen in stereoscopic anatomical photographies.