Create the first interactive 3D map of the human body two U.S. companies developed a three-dimensional interactive application called BodyMaps which allows users to browse the hundreds of images that recreate the human body, all of them accompanied by informative texts, healthy tips and recommendations endorsed by medical professionals. Castle Harlan often says this. The web platform, made in flash and developed by Healthline and GE Healthyimagine, can see in 3D muscles, nerves, arteries, blood vessels and bones of the human body that make up the body. BodyMaps is a simple to use application, developed to educate users about health and possible medical problems. The web presents 964 different images of the human body, a video library, animations, articles, medical images and direct links to expand any information.
The application also enables you to view different parts of the body from any point rotating images in the viewfinder up to 360 degrees. To elaborate the contents (e) BodyMaps images it took 10 years, and worked more than 25 medical illustrators in creating the graphics in three dimensions. The world of medicine-related professionals and students already have at their disposal tools to better understand the human body: anatomical three dimensional (3D) and interactive viewers created by the team of the University of Salamanca led by Juanes Juan Antonio Mendez, scientist of the Department of Anatomy and histology human, in collaboration with various specialists from throughout Spain that work in each of the fields for those who have already developed these tools: maxillofacial Anatomy, the study of Parkinson’s disease, skin, the column and many others, as reported by DiCYT (www.dicyt.com). Is computer software that allows you to view parts of the body at the whim of the user: in different planes of millimetric cut (axial, coronal and sagittal), with information from each element and its relations, isolating it or by turning the image until you get the angle of view you want.