This is a YouTube video with supplemental AR frog dissection titled Dorsal Anatomy. As an instructional designer and educational content creator on YouTube, I spent several years perfecting the concept behind this interactive dissection. My secret weapon? Adobe Aero, which is a tool that many instructional designers and LXDs are not utilizing to its full potential. With Aero, I was able to create a biological lab simulation that enhances the realism of the dissection experience ( without killing a frog). In this first lesson, viewers might mistake the frog for a standard Google-type AR model. However, this one is far more advanced. Multiple animations can be triggered simultaneously, making the experience feel lifelike. Additionally, I developed my own variable system within Aero’s programming environment, which triggers the closing message and subscription pop-up after all the tasks are completed. This project was also a test in mobile optimization, as I noticed many other designers’ Aero experiences were bloated and hard to load. In contrast, mine contains a multitude of models, graphics, sounds, and hundreds of lines of behavior code, but loads reliably and quickly because it’s under 10 megabytes in size.