Anatomy Exploration Tool

Published: Monday, 13 May 2013

An anatomy exploration tool for school children developed for digitalbrain is available here.

This is part of a project to put an interactive human anatomy model online for schools. When looking at it first find the light and turn it on! Buttons show and hide parts of the body or move it in a controlled way. You can also drag the model about in any direction with the mouse or use the arrow keys to move in and out or around. To reset press the F5 key.

The early versions are aimed at schools and people wishing to look at human anatomy in an interesting and interactive way. Although some nurses and trainee medical students have found the model useful they usually require a more detailed tool.

The version of the model here is about 1 Mb, or for more anatomy information and the model visit anatomy.digitalbrain.com. A slightly larger version (1.6 Mb) is here.

Besides being useful for science lessons this is also very useful for art lessons.