A free 3D educational guide to the human skeletal and muscular anatomy featuring an advanced interactive 3D touch interface. Wikipedia and Grays anatomy info available. Since 1.19 version you can test your knowledge of anatomy by using built in quiz!
This tablet and phone app allows for easy navigation of the skeletal and muscular system. The intricate connections and alignments amongst various organs such as the bones of the skull are much easier to understand and remember with the anatomically correct and detailed 3D model. Human body is a complicated three dimensional structure and different means of navigating and selecting objects are provided in order to make it easier to view the organs of interest from the preferred vantage point. In order to speed up the learning experience organs are grouped into a hierarchical and medically known sets. A hierarchy browser allows for quick highlighting and navigation of these sets, subsets and finally organs themselves. The tablet touch interface is perfectly integrated into the browsing and navigation experience and allows for intuitive manipulation of objects within the view. Once an organ has been selected a single touch of a button can increase or decrease the number of surrounding organs.
Entering the name of an organ into the search bar allows for fast selection and view focus on that organ. Other buttons are available for increasing and decreasing the number of surrounding organs according to their level in the medical hierarchy. Individual organs can also be hidden or made transparent. Multiple interface options allow for easy and fast organ selection and visibility settings while the intuitive touch interface allows for quick adjustment of the viewing angle. We hope that you enjoy and spread the word about our free educational anatomy offering. With your support we can offer more body systems in the future. Built with Unity3D. Human anatomy,anatomy 3d, human body in 3d,explore human body.
What's in this version: (Updated : Jul 27, 2012)
new controls for zoom and pan (pinch zoom and two finger drag for pan)