Knee Anatomy 3D
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 19.4 MB - Download
Knee Anatomy : In this study: Anatomy of Knee Anatomy, are being shown, each and every one of its parts, functions, activities, types, textures, 3D views and special information about Knee Anatomy.
In 3D, you can see the Knee Anatomy from all angles, digitized, with each of its parts.
Touching the pins, to obtain specific information, and focused on that part of the Knee Anatomy.
By Click these pins, you can focus specifically on the part you want to study and this information is accompanied with illustrations, graphics, photos and detailed information about this area to be studied.
You can rotate each part of the Knee Anatomy in all directions, may also be able to zoom in or zoom out to see specific parts, textures, colors, dimensions, and its the structure formed.
This medical application, focus on fields of study, education and medicine in general; students too, and doctors.
Made for all levels of study on schools or universities in general.
And, in an interactive way, you will study and learn the parts of the body and the human anatomy.
With great information, graphics, and definitely, support with objects with 3D views.
Of course, you can study within the family, children or friends to interact, and learn.
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Most Helpful Reviews
3d knee anatomy - Save your 99cents. This does not deliver any thing like what you would expect. How hard is it to show the knee and not the entire leg? Only good on the iPad and otherwise crashes on macro pro and locks up the computer. Almost impossible to get rid of it once downloaded and once it locks up your computer.
More Reviews for Current Version
3D Knee Anatomy - Really needs work. Push pins don't describe what they're pointing to, not enough detail, e.g. it would be nice to get push pins that identified muscles or specific ligaments. 3D images beyond bones and unidentified muscles would also be nice. Push pin at proximal tibia is identified as the middle phalanx.