Most of us know what a human skeleton looks like, but what about everything else? Where does the knee bone connect to the thigh bone? And how does it do that, anyway? Add this amazing app to your Mac and you’re one step closer to knowing all you need to know about human body parts.
Essential Anatomy, Essentially
The Mac app you’re going to fall in love with is what will do one of two things. Inspire you to fall in love with the inner workings of the human body, or give you nightmares on Elm Street.
Essential Anatomy is a 3D anatomy app that displays a highly detailed anatomic model with graphics that are nothing short of stunning.
The app comes with seven essential anatomy sections, including Skeleton, Connective Tissue, Muscle, Veins, Arteries, Nerves, and Respiratory, plus Brain and Heart.
Using your Mac and mouse or trackpad, you can view any anatomic structure on the body in isolation and from any angle.
Viewing different body sections and parts is as simple as striping away layers, turning others on and off, and all without digging through a layer of tabs or controls.
Navigating through the 2,500 anatomic structures is simple and straightforward.
Don’t think that Essential Anatomy is made only for medical students.
Anyone with a desire to peer inside the inner workings of the human body will be astounded at the level of detail.
Essential Anatomy comes with correct audio pronunciation of every structure, including the latin nomenclature.
Custom search modes make it child’s play to find specific anatomic structures. While the app itself is nominally priced considering the quality of 3D visuals, and ease-of-use, it’s missing a few items.
Somehow specific organs and glands are not considered essential. However, the app developer has other apps which dig deeper into the human anatomy, so to speak, to create a great package for learning on your Mac.