At the official presentation of Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) that took place yesterday, apart from see the novelties of the new Android 3.0 interface in more detail, I speak of its possibilities in 3D graphics. As a demonstration, Google showed a new application, Google Body.
Google Body will offer us the possibility of explore the anatomy of the human body in the style of Google Earth, rather than insurance that will like to the health sector and students. You will have access all devices and systems of the human body.
The application will show us a 3D modeling of our body that we can rotate and expand. Click on each part of the body this will be highlighted and will tell us the name, although we will make use of its search engine to locate it. The body will be divided into layers that can turn on and off independently, with a total of six layers:
- Body base
- Muscular system
- Skeletal system
- Digestive, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, hormonal system and lymphatic system
- Circulatory system
- Nervous system
Everything indicates that this application is only available for Android 3.0 or higher, and that it will be in the Android Market with the Motorola Xoom tablet shipped. It is not known if it will be exclusive to tablets or if it will also be version for mobile, since the current applications for Android on anatomy is limited to be a dictionary with pictures.
For those who want to try now Google Body tell them that for now only available in its web version In English. The operation is very similar to the version of Android. For now only available female anatomy, but let’s hope that when the final version comes out also we have the male anatomy and more languages.