Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I use the Glass Horse or Glass Dog software programs to study equine or canine anatomy?

The Glass Horse and Dog software are available remotely to all NCSU users, on computers in the Veterinary Medicine Library for all NCSU users, and in College of Veterinary Medicine-only locations.

Link icon  Glass Horse software (Equine Distal Limb and Equine Abdomen) aka iEquine is available on all computers in the Veterinary Medicine Library except the guest computers and those at the entrance. It is also available on College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) computers in the 24-hour computer lab in Terry Center 1551 hallway, the Equine and Farm Animal Veterinary Center, and at the Equine Health Center at Southern Pines.

Link icon  Glass Dog (aka Virtual Canine Anatomy or iCanine) is available on all computers in the Veterinary Medicine Library except the guest computers and those at the entrance. It is also available in the 24-hour computer lab in Terry Center 1551 hallway.

Both the Glass Horse and Glass Dog are available through the Virtual Computing Lab at http://vcl.ncsu.edu/. Please be sure to log out of the software when you are finished to ensure licenses are available to others.


  • For Glass Dog, select Sciencein3d: Glass Dog

  • For Glass Horse, select Sciencein3d: Glass Horse

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