There is currently a growing need for healthcare professionals: the estimates forecast a shortage of 12.9 million healthcare and medical practitioners by 2035. At the same time, medical errors are proven to be the third-leading cause of death in Europe, with 210K-440K patients receiving harm due to poor or inefficient medical practices received during education. The EC are firm believers in education for Europe’s youth and are looking for new, ICT-based solutions that improve learning efficiency, along with solutions that provide standardisation of the educational content. AN’s solution will deliver learning and teaching experiences of human anatomy in a format that is suitable for different learning styles, by fostering increasingly effective learning for the next generation of physicians and healthcare workers. Due to this more accessible method of teaching/learning medicine and human anatomy, universities will produce more graduates; in addition, the model accuracy and the interactive life-like experience will improve the educational process and provide them with a greater and more in-depth knowledge base, thus reducing the risks of medical errors.