Human Brain Pins 3D
Developer: usamau04 melambe
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 109.4 MB - Download
The Human Brain:
In this study: Anatomy of the Human Brain, show each and every one of its parts, function, activity and possible Human Brain diseases.
In 3D, you can observe the Human Brain in all its angles, digitalized, with each of its parts, pointing with pins, to touch and open information.
By click the pins, you can focusing specifically on that part of the Human Brain, with illustrations, graphics, photos and detailed information on that area of the Human Brain anatomy.
We can rotate the Human Brain in all directions, by just drag your mouse on the screen,
also you can be able to zoom in, or zoom out, to see specific parts, textures, colors, dimencions and so on.
This type of medical applications, are focused to the branch of study, education and medicine in general, especially medical for students, on schools, or universities.
And in an interactive way, you will learn the body parts and human anatomy.
Of course, you can use within the family, kids, or friends to interact and learn.
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Most Helpful Reviews
Less than 'no good' - Not only is this app hopelessly unexciting, it has incorrect information! Areas of the brain are mislabeled; for example a pin in the Broca's area of the frontal lobe was mis-labeled as "temporal lobe." Keep looking; there are better apps and you may have to pay a little more!
More Reviews for Current Version
I dont like it. - I just don't like it. Its almost like a textbook. Click a pin, it takes you to a huge page that explains what that area is about. You don't get any choices of info that it provides. I would like a choice for the app to only provide the function of that particulat part. ...Just more choices in general....... I understand that its just a $2 app, so i don't expect them to do much improvement on their app. Save your money, Use Google.
Locked up my entire Mac - There are many fatal flaws with this app. In the partial screen mode when you first start it up, there's no "green" button to fill the whole screen, only a "yellow" button to minimize the whole thing. Attempting to click, drag, and enlarge/shrink the screen size was not possible on my brand new mid-2012 MacBook Air. After selecting the option to enlarge to full screen, I was stuck for nearly an hour with the program filling my screen and no way to get out. None of the usual Command keyboard shortcut options worked, except for shutting down the system. When it rebooted, it went right back to the full screen of this awful Brain app (irony, yes). Only by doing a Google search using my iPhone for Mac keyboard shortcuts, and trying everything, did I stumble on holding the "S" button when booting up, in order to start up in Safe Mode. I was able to do so, and immediately deleted the app. This felt like a virus in disguise -- awful!
Decent, could use improvements. But worth the .99 cents. - The graphics are decent but not as good as some other brain apps. The information is solid and accurate. I wish you didn't have to go to a whole separate page to view detailed information (I wish there was a short summary before you get to the full information). The program works fine, I wish there were more options and preferances to set. Graphics are the worst part of the app. Much room for improvement, but still worth the .99 cents.