The ENCYCLOPEDIA ANATOMYKA platform (in development) is a software solution designed especially for educational institutions like universities and companies working in medical fields.
Any member of the organisation (teachers, students) can download the Anatomyka app on their desktop or mobile devices and create their own interactive content (notes, images and videos), which they can then share with others within the platform.
By using this app and all its functions, you are creating your own unique university-level anatomy encyclopedia.
Interactive 3D atlas made up of more than 1,200 models of human organs connected to a database of 5,000 terms with detailed descriptions. Offers the opportunity to create your own anatomical images and notes, which can be shared with other users.
Many people find it difficult to transfer 2D images to the 3D world. This is particularly complicated when it comes to human anatomy. Students of anatomy have always had to depend on textbooks – flat and non-interactive – in order to understand and picture how the human body works. This detailed 3D model of the human body, linked to a database of encyclopedic information, will be of immense aid to the professional community as well as the general public.
We used the available medical literature from authors like Netter, Sobotta and Thieme to create as precise model of the human body and internal organs as possible over a period of two years. Each organ is depicted with the real surface texture of that organ. The organ descriptions come from the Memorix Anatomy. The final result is a 3D application for multiple platforms (Android, iOS, PC, macOS) created through interdisciplinary cooperation between doctors, programmers and 3D graphic designers.
Learning anatomy becomes easy with 3D anatomical structures displaying their names, descriptions and proper medical hierarchy right next to them. The application also includes community tools for creating presentations, interactive images and notes that can be shared with other users or within a closed group.