Google launched 3D Body Browser in mid December 2010. The body browser became instant hit among the medical community for obvious reasons. You can zoom in, rotate body parts and learn about details of skeletal system. There were some limitation of Google’s 3D Body Browser, but it is a great tool as a first pass. With many tablets and smart phones flooding the market this year, Google customized the body browser to run on Android 3.0, which was show cased at Honeycomb event over in Mountain View on Wednesday. Google body app was demoed by Google product management director Hugo Barra.
Now you can peel back anatomical layers, zoom in, click to identify anatomy, or search for muscles, organs, bones, etc through your Android...
phone or tablet. With that Google brings the experience of Google Earth of human body as it is called to your phone or tablet.
Download your version of the Google Body Browser on your Android device and start educating yourself or your patients.