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Free Anatomy 3D Viewer
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Most frequent questions and answers
The Human Ecorche Anatomy 3D Viewer was mainly introduced for artists and for students who want to study anatomy but are failing to understand the forms and shapes on a text book. The current 3D viewer uses WebGL render with Ambient Occlusion and HDRi light setup, giving you the ability to see the muscles shapes & forms.
The web app’s are divided into two, the Human ecorche & HD Human bones app for those who want to study the bones underneath the muscles and skins separately with annotations. All our apps have AR functionality for devices which support AR, it works for both iOS and Android devices. For currently subscribed members updates on all our apps will be Free of charge.
You can simply use the Human Anatomy 3D Viewer on your PC/Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone in a web browser that supports WebGL – we normally recommend using Chrome but it should work in most web browsers. *Please note the apps might take long to open or load depending on the server OR internet speed and time.
A collection of our highly detailed human bones hand sculpted from real specimens. For anyone who wants to study human bones individually in 3D and AR. Each bony land marks have annotations with all the anatomical names. Visit here
Now all our web apps offers Augmented reality (AR) for all devices that support it, android and iOS. Simply click on “view on your space” or the box icon in the bottom corners on your smartphone or tablet, than you should be redirected to your camera where you can place our objects in your own space. know more
Through huge amount of research we saw that it was very hard to study Anatomy in 2D, so a 3D viewer was needed. Providing a opportunity also for those who can’t buy our 3D models and for those who only need them as reference.