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18 December 2010

GOOGLE BODY BROWSER- A 360 DEGREE VIEW OF THE HUMAN BODY FOR ANATOMY STUDENTS

 Looking at the human body from all around in order to study the various body systems is helpful. Google Body Browser is still in the experimental stage as a Google Labs product. One can turn on the muscular system, nervous system, skeletal system, digestive system, circulatory system ,etc. or see a cross section with various systems in place. What is interesting is that students of Physiology and Anatomy can have a 360 degree view of the human body and this facilitates learning. Students of Medicine and Biology will find this extremely useful. Labels appear when a particular part of the body is clicked. In order for you to view and play on this Body Browser, you need to have the latest version of Google Chrome installed.
The video below shows you how the Google Body Browser can be used by students and teachers of Anatomy.
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