Can’t get to the library to study with the box of bones? Need a quick skull refresher before your final?

Try Google Body!

With Google Body you can:

  • View and move detailed model of the human body in 3D
  • See systems individually or together
  • Add or subtract labels
  • Search for organs, bones, muscles and more
  • Share the exact view with other students with the exact URL
Google Body only works with Google Chrome, Firefox 4 Beta, or other browsers that support WebGL. (Chrome and Firefox 4 are both free downloads.)
Study Anatomy in a whole new way with Google Body.

Written by Suzanne

Suzanne has loved books from an early age, and remembers reading her 24 volume World Book Encyclopedia set when she ran out of novels. Now that she works in a library, she will never run out of reading material again! Suzanne is a recent MLS graduate who loves working with students and technology.

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    I’m a Firefox enthusiast and I’ve been using the version 4 for a couple days now. Overall it has everything a browser should have although it crashes on my once in a while. It might have to do that I’m still using Vista or that it’s still on early stages and there will be bugs as with any other new released software. Anyhoo, I will also download the new Chrome when it becomes available since I like it too. I will just never go back to Explorer that’s for sure.

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