Visual Bones is an interactive reference, and education tool. It not only covers bones from all the main regions of the body but also includes internal skull bones, laryngeal skeleton,ear bones, hand bones and foot bones. In additional, it includes several ligaments in the shoulder region,ankle and knee region and 6 types of synovial joints. Over 100 bone markers are added.
The app contains over 200 high-resolution images including 13 single bone images (major bones) from Gray’s Anatomy and more than 300 feature points which can be interactively selected. All region bone images were generated from the 3D rendering of the 3D virtual human skeleton. Once a feature point is selected, a bone or region is highlighted and it can be viewed in the anterior, posterior or lateral view. Each feature has its own label and short description.
The app also has 3D rotational models for the skull, internal skull, rib, shoulder, pelvis, and knee.
The app also has search function which can be used as searching the labels of all feature points. In additional, over 300 position quizzes and 3 quizzes with 76 multi-choice questions also are included.
This app’s primary use is as a learning tool but can also be used for any professional who needs the occasional reminder. Additionally, this app is ideal for physicians, educators or professionals, allowing them to visually show detailed areas to their patients or students - helping to educate or explain conditions, ailments and injuries.
Skull, Skull internal, Nasal Cartilages, Spine Column, Rib Cage, Arm Bones, Hand Bones,Ear Bones, Pelvis, Knee, Ankle, Foot Bones, Synovial Joints.
HOW TO USE:
The user is presented with a high-quality 3D bone images. The user can zoom in to any area by tapping on the zoom in button and using the single finger panning function. The feature point (cross) can be selected by tapping on it and bone or region is highlighted. Detail button allows you to switch on/off the short description. Quiz mode button allows you to switch on/off the label and short description. The rotation icons on the top of screen can be pressed to change the view of bones.