When it comes to hands-on learning, I can think of no classroom more compelling than a gross anatomy lab, where students of the human form dissect actual bodies from head-to-toe with their own hands. That being said, this virtual dissection table is an awfully impressive stand-in for the real thing.
In Jonah D. Ansell's rhyming short film Cadaver, Christopher Lloyd plays a medical cadaver who pops off the dissection table so he can say goodbye to still living wife. Can his medical student give him a satisfying romantic end to his posthumous story?
Lightpainting requires a certain sort of skill to get the sort of marvellous results we've seen previously, but Croix Gagnon and Frank Schott went the whole nine yards and played an animation of a cross-sectioned human body on a laptop, which they then whizzed through the air and took long-exposure photos of.