Google Google all the way. here are the giants again with some new features to add to their app inventions. "Google Body Browser".
Try heading to bodybrowser.googlelabs.com for a demo. First, a warning: Google Body Browser probably won't load in your browser. The app uses WebGL, a plug-in-free programming interface, to power its 3D graphics. WebGL is a relatively new standard, and most major browsers are still testing its implementation. Proceed to a link to download chrome beta and that how you can get it to Body world. WebGL is expected to become standard in new versions of most Internet browsers, including Firefox, to be released next year.
When you open Google Body Browser in a WebGL-enabled program, you're greeted with an image of a woman standing face-forward wearing minimal workout attire. Controls on the left side of the screen let you zoom in and out and rotate the woman's body. You can also just click and drag with your mouse to spin her around 3D-style.
Want to learn more about what you're seeing? Just click the "Labels" option, and Google Body Browser will serve as your virtual biology book. With the option activated, tiny labels will appear on every item in your current view, letting you know exactly what you're looking at.
Don't expect any Google app without search.Type any muscle, bone, or organ into the search box at the top of the page, and Body Browser will instantly zoom into the appropriate part to show you where it is.
One other neat feature worth mentioning: Body Browser adjusts its URL as you move along, so if you ever want to save a particular view or share it with someone else, all you have to do is copy the current Web address and you're good to go.
Google says a male model will be added into the Body Browser app sometime soon.
You can try out Google Body Browser right now at bodybrowser.googlelabs.com Or, if you wish to check out a video
For all students interested in knowing human body i dont find a better service than this. Still in beta, but worth a try.