Learn Osteology


Interactive PC and Virtual Reality Learning

3D Scanned Real Human Bones

Learning Human Bones through a College Course Format

Use as a Teaching Tool in the Classroom

Certificate Issued Upon Completion


HD Forensics now offers a comprehensive online university-level Human Osteology course for the PC and Virtual Reality (VR) platforms, of interest to individuals considering a wide variety of careers in the natural sciences and medicine. Available now for Windows, Mac, Oculus Go, and Oculus Quest.

Value / Benefits

Medical students who are required to take a human anatomy course in their first year of study; human osteology is an important component of that course.

Undergraduate college students in biology, pre-medicine, sports medicine, and biological anthropology. Graduate students in anatomy, paleoanthropology, physical anthropology, and many others who would like to get a jump on the competition.

Use Case Examples

Students at any collegiate level can use our courses as a supplement to their normal course work as well as a study reference to truly understand and identify human bones.

Single User

Multi User

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Pricing Options

The course is available for Windows, Mac, Oculus Go, and Oculus Quest platforms (VR versions do not include headsets). 

After purchasing the course, you will receive an activation code and instructions on how to download and activate the PC and VR versions of the program.


Names & Terms


Learn the basics of the anatomical terms and bone names



$199.95 or $24.95/mo

For 8 months, or until cancelled

Beyond the basics, dive into the practical and professional application of identification.


Features & Identifications

$299.95 or $49.95/mo

For 6 months, or until cancelled

For those in higher education and in professional settings that need to identify bone features.

Organizational (Multi-User) Pricing

For School systems, Universities, Departments & Agencies, click here.

In the future, we also plan to offer add-on modules including a fragmentary osteology module, a dental identification module, a human skeletal variation module, and even a comparative skeletal anatomy (animal) module.