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New from Hoofcare & Lameness THE GLASS HORSE: Interactive Anatomy of the Equine Distal Limb.
It¹s here! Explore the horse¹s foot and lower leg at your
own home computer! Marvel at highly interactive anatomical models with comprehensive narration and informative animations. Animated interface allows manipulation of models
Components include bone, nerves, blood supply, tendons, etc. of the foot and lower leg.
This is an extremely user-friendly experience designed to increase the users familiarity with anatomical structures and also to allow examination of all surfaces of bones, all regions of blood supply, and the relations of anatomical structures to the complete foot.
Note: veterinary terms and language are used throughout. This is not a game and is designed for professional and academic users.
Developed by the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine¹s Dr. Jim Moore, professor of Large Animal Surgery, and the Glass Horse multimedia team.
NOTICE: The current version of THE GLASS HORSE software is not certified to run on Microsoft's VISTA operating system. However, most (and perhaps all) Vista users have been able to use their Glass Horse software disks after installing the proper version of the QuickTIme software that drives the animation engine. Users can download the latest Quicktime at http://www.apple.com.
If you continue to have difficulty, you may want to wait for an update or use your disk on a computer that is running XP or other Microsoft Windows OS.
As always, you can receive support from Thel at the Glass Horse by emailing him at email@example.com.
IMPORTANT: You must specify which computer system you are using: PC (Windows), Mac OS X, or Mac OS 9. Three different versions of The Glass Horse are available and you MUST order the version that will work on your computer. Opened software disks CANNOT BE RETURNED. NO REFUNDS ON OPENED SOFTWARE PACKAGES.
Copy protection: this program is fully copy-protected and requires
online registration code before use.
Reserve your copy online
Order by phone
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Please allow at least three weeks for delivery.
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