Science and Technology
14.11.2013

3D application gathers files joints scanned over 10 years

The system allows teamLabBody analyze all the moves, besides the connections of muscles, veins, arteries and nerves in the bones

Reprodução: DigInfo TV
System called teamLabBody allows analyzing the links of muscles, veins, arteries and nerves in the bones.
System called teamLabBody allows analyzing the links of muscles, veins, arteries and nerves in the bones.

A new application of 3D human body gathers information, collected over 10 years on the joints and movements of people alive, allowing you to see parts of the human body from all possible angles.

"Data on the joints and movements of people alive were scanned. Parties can be increased so that the movements can be studied in considerable detail, says Professor Kazuomi Sugamoto, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Osaka (Japan), which was developed the application. "

The system called teamLabBody still allows you to analyze the links of muscles, veins, arteries and nerves in the bones. With a simple tap on the top right of the screen, the system enters the skeleton, which can be seen all the movements of the human skeleton.

Currently the application supports Japanese and English and is available for purchase through the App Store and Google Play. "This application has already been introduced in hospitals, supporting explanations of doctors to receive informed consent from the patient. With it, professionals can explain that part of the body is involved, such as the muscles and nerves are connected to it, and why symptoms are occurring, adds the researcher.

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Imagens do funcionamento do aplicativo

Source: Isaude.net