Assistant Professor Otolaryngology
Thomas Jefferson University
Christiana Care Health Services
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Downloadable Teaching Movies
These teaching materials have been created by Michael Teixido, M.D. to support the efforts of otolaryngology educators in their goals of teaching students, residents, professional colleagues, and patients. They were created using Amira 3.1 and 4.1 visualization software and converted to downloadable .avi movies in standard 2D and red/cyan 3D stereo. These movie formats are supported by most standard movie players (Windows Media Player, Quicktime). The movies can be seen on any computer and incorporated into presentations to groups of students using standard projection equipment.
To see the stereo versions each viewer will need red/cyan glasses. These are inexpensive glasses with one red and one cyan lens that can be easily obtained through many online vendors (search 3D red/cyan glasses).
The Superior Canal Dehiscence, Menieres Disease, and Vestibular Neuronitis Movies are Flash animations. Although a Flash player is included in some browsers, download of the Adobe Flash Player® player may be required to play the movies. Incorporation of Flash animations into PowerPoint may be difficult. For assistance consult “Play a Macromedia Flash Animation in PowerPoint: “http://office.microsoft.com/en-ca/assistance/HA010348071033.aspx .
When using these materials please acknowledge this site by including the web address (url) of this page: www.dbi.udel.edu/MichaelTeixidoMD/DownloadableTeachingMovies.html
These materials are the result of collaborative efforts of many individuals.
This project was supported by NIH Grant Number 2 P20 RR016472-06 under the INBRE Program of the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).