Visible Human Project
The visible human project (HQ) Visible Male Musculature Study -Torso. The Visible Human Project. Medical Imaging 4. Example Scene: Correlation of CT with 3D and Cross-Sectional Anatomy. Bill Katz. 3D-DOCTOR, medical modeling, 3D medical imaging, image gallery. Many of the images are contributed by 3D-DOCTOR users, thanks to them.
If you have images or screen shots created using 3D-DOCTOR (or even the demo version) and would like to share with other 3D-DOCTOR users, you can email us your images (JPEG is the preferred format) and a brief description about the image and how it's created. We'll show it here and have a link directly to your web site. If you need to check if a 3D output file generated by 3D-DOCTOR is compatible with other programs you use, you can download some sample files using the following links (click the right mouse button and use Save Target As to get the file): This heart rendering is created from a CT scan: VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Upper Limb. Regional and Radiological Anatomy Arme und Hand. Topographische und Radiologische Anatomie: Sebastian Gehrmann, Nazar Tariq, Andreas Petersik, Bernhard Pflesser, Andreas Pommert, Udo Schumacher, Ulf Tiede, K.
Gallery - 3D Reconstructions according to some of Leonardo da Vinci's Anatomical Drawings (1989) Toc.jpg (JPEG Image, 1015x618 pixels) 3D Navigator: Upper Limb (Arm and Hand) By Karl Heinz Höhne, Sebastian Gehrmann, Tariq Nazar, Andreas Petersik, Bernhard Pflesser, Andreas Pommert, Udo Schumacher, and Ulf Tiede.
DVD-ROM for Windows XP or Vista in English and German, Springer Electronic Media, New York, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-21010-8. The VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Upper Limb is the latest addition to a series of interactive atlases of anatomy and radiology. It follows VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigators Brain and Skull and Inner Organs. The program is based on a high resolution realistic digital body model that was derived from the cross-sectional images of the Visible Human Project. Appears to be part of the Visible Human Project.... ZIIO is published by ZLOK Disclaimer: Unless specifically mentioned in the post, we have no clue where these images came from.
Do you own the copyright of one image and want us to remove it? Please contact us. Share (takes 2 seconds) "visible human project" Visible Male Navigation. Visible Human Female Skeleton.wmv. Visible human female. The visible human project (HQ) Visiblehuman.mov (video/quicktime Object) Image_index. Visual human project. Index of Dr.Jastrow's electron microscopic atlas. Visible Human female: Partes - Homo sapiens dissecatus. Homo sapiens dissecatus: Visible Human male: Partes. Workshop Anatomy for the Internet: international homepage. RAAViewerTour.mov (video/quicktime Object) Visible Human Server. Directions for use_3D Anatomical structure viewer.pdf (application/pdf Object) Downloads. Visible Human Server. Visible Human Server. Cross section viewer online. Visible Human Movies. Movies of Visible Human Images Axial = top view, Coronal = front view, Sagittal = side view Female body Coronal -- small (0.34 Mb) - medium (0.66 Mb) - large (1.33 Mb)
NPAC/OLDA Visible Human Viewer. This Java applet allows you to select and view images of 2-dimensional slices of a human body, using processed data from the Visible Human Project of the U.S.
National Library of Medicine . This is version 2 of the NPAC/OLDA Visible Human Viewer, which has a number of enhancements over version 1 . Med Image Download Page. System Requirements Med Image will work on Macintosh computers with at least 8 MB of RAM (20 MB recommended).
It requires between 220 MB and 600 MB of free disk space depending on the data set you wish to use. Download Instructions There are three data sets that can be downloaded from the Visible Human site. Grid Slicer Demo. Background This Grid Slicer Demo allows users to extract 2D slices, at arbitrary inclinations, from a 3D gridded 1.6GB sample derived from the male data set of the Visible Human Project of the US National Library of Medicine.
Briefly, this male cadaver was frozen in a blue gelatin solution, and then cryosectioned into 1871 parallel slices at 1mm intervals, each of which provided a high resolution colored image. Visible Human Browser. UMVHP Regional Browsers. The Visible Human Female Head and Neck Browser.