People say that the human body is the most perfect machine ever to exist. To reach that conclusion, mankind has had to carry out countless experiments with corpses and other elements that we'd better not think about. Technological advances prevent us from having to slit somebody open to see how their heart is working. Neither Gray's Anatomy nor Meredith Grey, you won't need either of them with Complete Anatomy.
With revolutionary innovations such as the latest patented tools, 3D audio recordings and muscles in movement.
This program for Windows 10 allows us to study the human body in 3D, offering a male model (the female one will be released at the end of 2017) that we can turn, rotate, move and expand to our own liking and depending on our needs. Although the free version only allows us to access the skeleton and body tissues, the full version is much more complete, being able to study the following systems:
- Connective tissue.
- Venous system.
- Lymphatic system.
- Nervous system.
- Respiratory system.
- Digestive system.
- Endocrine system.
- Urogenital system.
- Integumentary system.
How does Complete Anatomy work?
By clicking on each part of the body, we'll be offered a menu with information about each part, and even an explanatory audio. To study a certain part such as the femur, we can highlight it or blur or hide the rest of the body, zoom in, choose other organs, observe it by layers... Furthermore, with the paid version we'll have access to a platform to share and access contents with even more information.
The tool is complemented with questionnaires to analyze your knowledge and the possibility to observe internal body parts in movement. You can even record audio with your interactions with the model, write down notes or draw sketches that you can later share with your contacts.