Labeling Quizzes

 

Creating a Labeling Quiz

A Labeling Quiz is a feature within Cyber Anatomy 3D that requires the user to match a callout to its corresponding landmark.

 

 

 

 

To Create a Labeling Quiz, select an object from the model. Open the Inspector, if you haven’t already, and select Show All Landmarks       . From here, add or delete any landmarks needed/ not needed for the quiz by selecting a pin, then the Hide Landmark button.

After editing the desired pins, create a New Slide, then right-click on the new slide. The Labeling Quiz       option will now be available in the Mode options. Select the option and then select the Set to Current View        button to save the quiz. The quiz labels will now appear on the left side of the display and from here, the quiz can be edited further or completed.


Editing a Labeling Quiz

Labeling quizzes can be edited to change difficulty and clear up any undesired clutter. After creating a quiz, the labels will appear will appear on the left side of the display. New Labels can be created by selecting the plus window at the bottom of the label listings.

You can also Delete Labels by selecting the trash can next to the label you wish to delete. Be sure to delete the corresponding pin if you wish to clear the choice entirely by selecting the pin, then selecting the Hide Landmark button in the Local Inspector.

 

 


After all edits, save your progress by selecting the Set to Current View button within the Presentation Inspector.

 

Assembly Quizzes

 

Creating an Assembly Quiz

Cyber Anatomy 3D also offers an Assembly Quiz function that allows users to reassemble a model which has been broken down into pieces. 

  

 


To Create an Assembly Quiz, select the desired objects and move them away from the model. You may place these anywhere in the workspace. When taking the quiz, the object outlines will appear as a guide for the correct placement of the removed objects, as displayed above.

After moving all of the desired objects for the quiz, create a New Slide, then right-click on the new slide to open the Inspector, and the Assembly Quiz option will now be available in the Mode options. Select the quiz option and then select the Set to Current View        button to save the quiz. From here, the quiz can be completed or further edited.

 

Editing an Assembly Quiz

Assembly quizzes can be edited to change the quiz’s difficulty.  Objects can be rotated to make the quiz more difficult by using the Orbit Tool. You may also wish to label the pieces as an aid for more complex quizzes. Simply select the Create a Callout button, then select an object to label the objects in the quiz.

After all edits, be sure to save your progress by selecting the Set to Current View button within the Presentation Inspector.