The Anatomage Table by Anatomage in collaboration with Standard University’s Division of Clinical Anatomy.
As the field of touch and gesture computing begins to advance forward, I am sure we will be seeing more technologies like this used in our day to day lives. A life-sized 3D dissection table is beautiful to watch and is able to both demonstrate and teach on a scale of metadata we simply cannot achieve on a typical prosection today.
Having said that though, there is still something to be said about the tangibility of being able to hold a specimen in your hand. It is as much about maneuvering an three dimensional object through space on a flat screen as it is the touch and weight of what you work with that helps solidify learning.