Saturday, December 18, 2010
After Google earth and Google maps, Google now provides a 3D map of the human body, called the Body Browser.
The new tool allows users to zoom and pan controls, much like those in Google Earth and Google Maps, to explore the internals of the human body. The feature is designed to let users identify various parts of the human body, while also search for bones, organs and muscles. It also lets users rotate a 3D image of the body, peel away skin and investigate the different layers inside.
Body Browser, developed in Google Labs, does currently run only on the latest Google Chrome Beta or Firefox beta version that supports the new WebGL graphics standard.
Google Body Browser