All of our educational models are available on our public Thingiverse page here:
From this page you can download the source files needed to 3D print or CNC router.
DIY Guides for 3D Models
We LOVE supporting vestibular education and as part of this, we are excited to share the model we have made to help researchers, clinicians, educators, students, and other inner-ear aficionados understand the fluid dynamics of the semicircular canals better. This project should take you about 6-10 hours to print (depending on the 3D printer and […]
Here at Vestibular First, we are excited to share our knowledge and passion for the anatomy that makes up the vestibular system! Combining this knowledge with technology is at the heart of our company. There are only a limited amount of high-quality 3D models of the inner ear available, and none that are specific to […]
If you’ve ever used the analogy of a ball maze to explain how the crystals in the semicircular canals need to be moved in a certain pattern to get them back to the vestibule–then this DIY project is for you! We have taken the ball maze toy and adapted it to be both fun and […]