The Human Anatomy – Google’s Body Browser

The human anatomy can be viewed with Google Labs – Body Browser.   I stumbled on this at school today while doing research on Chrome.  Google Labs’ Body Browser requires a browser with WebGL support (basically 3D on the web).  I downloaded Google’s Chrome beta and was amazed to see how smooth this application worked.  With a menu that can slowly cut away the different layers of the human body, it is a great educational tool.   An excellent search tool is available that allows you to  zoom in on the different parts of the body and virtually see inside the body.


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2 Responses to The Human Anatomy – Google’s Body Browser

  1. Ramblinrick says:

    All I can say is “WOW”…


  2. Pingback: Google Body Browser – Coolest Web App Yet « What's On My PC

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