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SOURCE: TEAM LAB INC.
TEAMLAB BODY Inc., co-founded by teamLab and Professor Kazuomi Sugamoto of Osaka University, will be releasing teamLabBody -3D Motion Human Anatomy- globally on March 21, 2013. The iPad app is the world’s first to reproduce the arrangement and movement of a living human and is available in English and Japanese.
Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
teamLabBody-3D Motion Human Anatomy- is an iPad app that reproduces the arrangement and movement of a living human. The app was created under the supervision of Professor Kazuomi Sugamoto, an orthopaedic surgeon from the laboratory of Orthopedic Biomaterial Science, Osaka University.
1. The world's first to reproduce in animation the movements of the joints in a living human body in 3D. See the forms and movements of the 3D human skeleton from any angle and magnification.
2. Highly accurate 3D anatomy model created from CT and MRI scan data.
See highly accurate reproductions of muscles, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels, and bones of the human body.
825 diagrams of the human body in total are covered.
3. Intuitively operate from Full Body View.
You can freely choose any specific body part that you want to see, making this medical app easy to understand and useful for studying the human anatomy and for explaining to patients.
1. To gain practical knowledge of the human anatomy and kinematics.
With teamLabBody, the forms and movements of a living human body can be seen in 3D with detailed descriptions, supporting your study on human anatomy and kinematics.
2. For treatment and surgical planning
This medical app is useful for orthopedists and physiotherapists during treatment planning.
3. To explain to patients
The operation of this app is easy, and the visuals are easy for patients to understand, making this app useful when explaining to patients during examinations.
Professor Kazuomi Sugamoto created the world's first method for analyzing 3-dimensional movements of the joints of living people in 1998.
They discovered that the voluntary movements of a living human body differ from the involuntary movements observed in donor bodies.
For more than 10 years, the team has taken CT and MRI images, observed the arrangement and movement of every single joint, analyzed the images with computer programs, and visualized the human body.
Name: teamLabBody-3D Motion Human Anatomy-
Release Date: March 21, 2013
Apple App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/teamlabbody-3d-motion-human/id593042008?l=ja&ls=1&mt=8
Devices: Works on after iPad2 (incompatible with iPad1)
Languages: English, Japanese
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