¡Me encanta! I love this app so much. I am forever grateful for the creators, they put so much thought and effort into this amazing free app. This app has been one of the best investments of space and time in my life. As an artist, this app is a definite MUST have. ¡Gracias por hacer este app! I do have one question: is there a way to pose the skeleton? I want to see what the skull looks like with its mouth open.
Free, incredible information and runs without too much overhead. Amazing on my Chromebook with notes running alongside. 1 month update: Absolutely essential for learning anatomy for kinesthetic/visual learners. Nothing, including my textbooks, has helped me visualize the body as much as this has. I still can't believe its free.
I thought this app was amazing when learning the upper forearm. This is great for all the bones, muscles, and nerves. It also shows a 3d representation so you get an idea of how they travel, the insertions, and origins. A problem is there isnt enough information provided on the pelvis region right now, otherwise a great app!
As a fresh newbie medical student, there were many anatomical terms that just went through me and I couldn't produce an image of them. I'm lucky that we r only doing upper limb and thorax that r available here in this app , and it's the precise thing needed to create a 3d image of what we're doing in my classes.thnx for the app :)
Greaat.. but i really hope that the files that i've been downloaded are available offline. Cause it needs a hole lot of data charge even when i use wifi. Thank you.. Ah, and one more thing. I think the general terminology is also needed here. Maybe you can add anatomy dictionory inside the app. Thank you ;)
I'm a visual person and this helped me a lot. Bones are not flat, like on a screen or in hand outs, and this application helped me see the bones in a more dynamic way.
- Updated to version 2.0
- Updated to Unity 5.5.4
Information on the internal organs of the human body in a 3D model.
Information about the anatomy of the Human Skeleton in a three-dimensional model