Google Body Browser Lets You Explore Human Body
By on December 17th, 2010

Back when I was in school, we had a skeleton in our laboratory which we would use during our Biology classes. Of course, I didn’t explore any more than bones, but it looks like I will be exploring much more than that now, thanks to Google’s Body Browser.

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Google’s "Body Browser" is a Google Labs feature which allows users to browse a human body and get familiar with the human anatomy. The Body Browser is a detailed 3D model of a human body and allows you to peel back anatomical layers and zoom in and navigate through the different parts.

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The Body Browser showcases the new 3D features in and allows you to easily rotate the 3D figure by clicking and dragging it. In addition to that it also allows you to drill down deep into the human body.

Body Browser is a amazing way to showcase what a web browser can do, and you should definitely try it out. Interested? Head over to http://bodybrowser.googlelabs.com to experience it for yourself.

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