Bone Clones® Fossil Hominid Rotational Series

The Hominid Rotational Series is a free educational tool for those interested in how hominid skulls compare to modern human skulls. Using Bone Clones replicas, this tool superimposes a human skull on to a hominid skull in varying degrees of transparency, allowing one to view and compare the two skulls in 2 axis rotation, zoom view, auto-rotation and scale reference. This unique educational tool is suitable for MAC or PC.

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A Powerful Educational Tool for Mac & PC!


For Classroom or Independent Study
View our fossil hominid casts in full detail using a simple set of tools. No hard-to-follow directions or discs are required. All that is necessary is Internet access. With this tool, educators can show the skull rotations to students in the web-enhanced or online classroom.

Notable Features of the Bone Clones® Fossil Hominid Rotational Series

2-axis Rotation The user can rotate the skulls to the left or right, up or down, providing a complete virtual cast to the viewer. The user may also set the entire rotation process in motion with a single stroke and sit back to observe the skull from numerous angles. 
Zoom View The user can increase skull size and see all detail in high resolution.
Auto-rotation Auto-rotation sets the entire rotation process in motion on both X and Y axes, animating 71 high-resolution photographs.
Information panel This provides a description of the physical characteristics of skull and the significance of the discovery to evolutionary theory, as well as where and when the find occurred.
More in the Series An overview of entire series, including a still photo and information for each skull, all of which are chronologically ordered from top to bottom along the side of the page.
Scale Reference This overlay feature allows the user to compare and contrast the size and anatomical relationships of features (eye sockets, brain case, browridges, nasal opening, cheekbones, etc.) of the hominid and modern skulls.
Map A custom map element shows geographic location of discovery.


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