Histology is the microscopic counterpart of gross anatomy and is recognized as a major discipline in the curriculum and practice of life sciences. It is defined as study of microscopic structures of the tissues. The tissues, as we all know are the building blocks of organs. These tissues are formed by large cluster of cells. A thorough understanding of histology enables the students to correlate the organ functions and behaviors. Additionally, the knowledge of histology also provides important insights into the development of diseases as many diseases begin at the tissue level. Traditionally, the students have relied greatly upon the theoretical teaching and microscopic studies to gain their knowledge and competence in the subject. With the advent of newer technologies, there has been attempts to bring in more interactive ways in teaching histology. S3D MediMagic provides visually appealing and detailed 3-dimensional videos of the architecture and the organization of the tissues.