At right, pediatric cardiologist, Kavin Desai talks to the campers about what they are seeing.  Camp Taylor kids during their summer week long camp held at CSU, Stanislaus got to learn about the heart by examining a simulated beating 3D version on the computer and interact with it using a pen device that can move and rotate the heart and even allow you to see inside the heart.
At right, pediatric cardiologist, Kavin Desai talks to the campers about what they are seeing. Camp Taylor kids during their summer week long camp held at CSU, Stanislaus got to learn about the heart by examining a simulated beating 3D version on the computer and interact with it using a pen device that can move and rotate the heart and even allow you to see inside the heart. dnoda@modbee.com
At right, pediatric cardiologist, Kavin Desai talks to the campers about what they are seeing. Camp Taylor kids during their summer week long camp held at CSU, Stanislaus got to learn about the heart by examining a simulated beating 3D version on the computer and interact with it using a pen device that can move and rotate the heart and even allow you to see inside the heart. dnoda@modbee.com

Camp Taylor kids wowed by 3-D view of the heart at CSU Stanislaus in Turlock

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