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Anatomy 4D

Anatomy 4D


Through this free app and a simple printed image, Anatomy 4D transports students, teachers, medical professionals, and anyone who wants to learn about the body into an interactive 4D experience of human anatomy. Visually stunning and completely interactive, Anatomy 4D uses augmented reality and other cutting edge technologies to create the perfect vehicle for 21st century education.

So much more than an app, the Anatomy 4D experience takes viewers on a journey inside the human body and heart, revealing the spatial relationships of our organs, skeleton, muscles, and body systems. This simple-to-use 3-dimensional learning environment is great for use in the classroom, or anytime.

Designed by DAQRI, the Anatomy 4D app enables you to:
• Learn about and explore the human body and heart in intricate detail
• Highlight various organ systems individually, so for instance, you can focus on just the skeletal, muscular, or respiratory system
• Change the view back and forth between a male and female body
• Zoom in to experience each organ or body part in-depth
• Use new image targets including the new heart target (this new app release still supports the original image target)
• Get inspired about human anatomy!

How to Use Anatomy 4D:
To get started, email, print, or save any set of target images from the “Target Library” inside the app from the main menu. Now you’re ready to take an extraordinary 4D journey inside the human body and heart. Simply point your device at the target from the “Viewer” and watch the 4D Experience come to life.

Recent changes:
- All new user interface
- New 4D heart experience
- All new human anatomy experience
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About Anatomy 4D
Through this free app and a simple printed image, Anatomy 4D transports students, teachers, medical professionals, and anyone who wants to learn about the body into an interactive 4D experience of human anatomy. Visually stunning and completely interactive, Anatomy 4D uses augmented reality and other cutting edge technologies to create the perfect vehicle for 21st century education.

So much more than an app, the Anatomy 4D experience takes viewers on a journey inside the human body and heart, revealing the spatial relationships of our organs, skeleton, muscles, and body systems. This simple-to-use 3-dimensional learning environment is great for use in the classroom, or anytime.

Designed by DAQRI, the Anatomy 4D app enables you to:
• Learn about and explore the human body and heart in intricate detail
• Highlight various organ systems individually, so for instance, you can focus on just the skeletal, muscular, or respiratory system
• Change the view back and forth between a male and female body
• Zoom in to experience each organ or body part in-depth
• Use new image targets including the new heart target (this new app release still supports the original image target)
• Get inspired about human anatomy!

How to Use Anatomy 4D:
To get started, email, print, or save any set of target images from the “Target Library” inside the app from the main menu. Now you’re ready to take an extraordinary 4D journey inside the human body and heart. Simply point your device at the target from the “Viewer” and watch the 4D Experience come to life.

Recent changes:
- All new user interface
- New 4D heart experience
- All new human anatomy experience

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A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
Good app study for test at science im not im to lazy Gage
A Google User
Oct 14, 2014
Amazing
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
Waste... There is no instructions how to use..doesn't works...
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Good but limited There are, to my knowledge, just three images it recognizes and two 4D models/experiences displayed. But despite this limitation it works reliably and quickly... very useful to demonstrate augmented reality quickly to someone.
A Google User
Sep 13, 2014
Awesomeness