This model of the human skull slowly “explodes” to reveal the structure of the component bones, much like an animated version of the classic physical Beauchêne preparation of an exploded skull. This model is the first in a series of human skull models on Sketchfab that will annotate various features as an aid to learning human skull anatomy. We launch it now to mark the WitmerLab Sketchfab site having reached 10,000 followers. This skull specimen (OUVC 10503) was CT scanned at OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital in Athens, OH, under funding from NSF. It was previously published in 2008: http://bit.ly/2LLot8M. Ryan Ridgely in WitmerLab did the 3D modeling using Amira and Maya. More Visible Interactive Human resources available here: http://bit.ly/2wbn3gR.