A "3D Anatomy App" that covers the entire human body including muscles, organs, nerves, bones, and joints The human body accurately reproduced based on CT and MRI data from a group of human subjects. The journal-level 3D model created under doctor supervision can be viewed from any angle, making it the perfect tool to use in various medical situations, such as when explaining operations to patients as well as assisting students in their anatomy studies.
Created under doctor supervision, the app includes journal-level information and can be personalized into your own reference of the human anatomy by using various functions!
A single app that covers all kinds of elements of the human body, such as muscles, organs, nerves, blood vessels, and bone movement.
View cross sections of the human body from any angle. Changeable to any section, it is also recommended for ultrasound diagnosis!
*Cross sections are only available with the PREMIUM plan
In 1998, Professor Kazuomi Sugamoto’s laboratory research team developed a method to analyze three-dimensional movement in the living human body for the first time in the orthopedic surgery industry. This method revealed that voluntary movements made by living human beings were different from involuntary movements observed in donor bodies thus far. Noticing the difference, the research team, composed of 20-30 participants, used CT and MRI scans of all the joints and joint movements to visualize muscles, nerves, blood vessels, bones, and joints in the human body, a process which took over 10 years to complete and analyze.
Key features 1. View the body in its entirety 2. View each organ seamlessly and in detail 3. Vew each organ in three dimensions Nagivation enabled by Unity Technologies' Game Engine. teamLabBody was rewarded the Unity Award in 2013, becoming the first-ever Japanese recipient of the award.
The 3D model was created based on MRI images of a group of human subjects.
By analyzing MRI images of multiple postures and positions with an original software programme, we succeeded in analyzing bone and joint movement in three dimensions for the first time in the world, and to visualize that motion in three dimensions. (*Bone motion) This led to new findings on bone and joint movement that could not be found with research based on donor bodies, and these discoveries has been published in over 200 international research papers.
Move the slide bar intuitively to view any cross section of the human body. Adjustable to 3 axes (horizontal cross section, vertical cross section, and frontal plane)
*Cross section views are only available with the PREMIUM plan
Tap any part of the body to access journal-lever information, written under doctor supervision
Create tags for various body parts to instantly display desired conditions, or note down information directly on body parts. Easy to use, it is perfect for explaining to patients. Customize the app into your very own reference of human anatomy by using the Tag and Memo functions.
When you get used to it, it's a lot of fun being able to view elements such as organs in 3D so smoothly! Internal parts of cerebrum such as the hippocampus and the supramargnial gyrus look different from CT scans, so it was really insightful!
Really valuable for co-medical study sessions and explaining operations to patients. Of course, I learn a lot from it myself as well. It's really well priced if you compare it to carrying around a thick anatomy textbook.
Not only can we see how the body is structured, but we can understand how the overall structure including bones, nerves, and organs as though It is great to use when explaining how the body works to children.
Easy to navigate, and easy to find information you're looking for. Very helpful.
From reviews on the 2021 Edition
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