Still, some of the be-goggled cybermedstudents look to me like they’re about to have sex in the future (in 1991). Snip:
Researchers at the University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine spent six years developing a computerized system, called Caveman, that produces larger-than-life 4D images of the human body. The system can show how the passage of time–the fourth dimension–affects the body systems being studied. Shown here is Christoph Sensen, director of the medical school’s Sun Center of Excellence for Visual Genomics, with an image projected in the “Cave,” Caveman’s viewing booth.