The 3D Human Ear Model includes high quality models of the different structures involved in sound reception in the ear, with each element individually grouped for easy access.
The model shows the pathway sound takes starting from the outer ear and going through the inner ear to the Vestibulocochlear nerve, dissecting the surrounding features and clearly showing the placement of the three-dimensional middle and inner ear structures. Despite how small these structures are in real-life, this model provides a highly detailed model made for accurate and clear renderings. This model also includes a texture map for the bone, skin, and vessel cross sectioned pieces.
Features of the Ear model include:
- Auricle (Outer Ear)
- Tympanic Membrane
- Auditory Ossicles of the Middle Ear (Malleus, Incus, and Stapes)
- Cross-section of surrounding structures