Ah Google, your Chrome browser may be doomed, but at least you’re still offering users more bang for every time they go to the web for informational succor. What’s this Body Browser? Simple: A three dimensional and utterly revealing tool for analyzing human anatomy.
Currently under development for WebGL enabled browsers—Firefox and Chrome—Body Browser’s target are med students who can’t afford expensive 3d programs on human anatomy. The genius of Body Browser is it lets users peel back layers of organs and muscle for a thorough exploration of the human form’s innards.
As shown in the pic above, Google had the smarts to add a search bar at the top right plus navigational tools across from it. Aside from the controls, the user can also use his/her cursor as a super duper surgical knife to slice their way into every organ.
Now if only Google can improve this to a point where users an zoom in at the cellular level and even watch the heart pump blood or the brain pulsate with intelligence. (What? Brains actually pulsate?)
Sure beats doing the job old school by examining a cadaver.