So, I’ve been messing around with Google Body. It’s great.
If you haven’t already, head on down to Google to try it out. It’s basically a map of the body that you can explore, with scalers and toggles to hide or show different levels, e.g. the circulatory system or the skeleton. You can also use the search tool to highlight particular parts.
What I’m interested about is what this will mean for medical schools. I mean, all you need is a half decent PC and an internet connection and you’re away, connected to possibly one of the best pieces of anatomical software out there. Imagine how much of a difference this will make, accessible on near enough anything, even tablets. I’ll bet you that it’ll only be a couple of months before we see this taken up by universities and colleges up and down the country.
Let’s face it, they’d be daft not to. It’s free!