At the beginning, you Googled the web.
Then you Googled the news.
Now you can try a new tool that let’s you Google the human body.
Google’s new Body Browser has launched in beta test form to search and identify anatomy in a 3d model of the human body.
We wanted to let you know about this interesting new frontier for health and technology. Here’s a peek at what the future may hold.
You need to use a special browser, for example Google’s Chrome Beta browser, so it is going to take a little extra time to try it out. But for you tech fans, it may be worth it to say that you are among the first to Google the human body. Check it out here
Here’s what Google has to say about its new tool, and a link for the Chrome browser:
Body Browser is a detailed 3D model of the human body. You can peel back anatomical layers, zoom in, and navigate to parts that interest you. Click to identify anatomy, or search for muscles, organs, bones and more.
You can also share the exact scene you are viewing by copying and pasting the corresponding URL.
You will need a web browser that supports WebGL, such as the new (free and publicly available) Google Chrome Beta.