PLEASE NOTE: This app requires an iOS or iPadOS device with iOS 11+ and an A9 processor or later to run. A Merge Cube is required to unlock full functionality. To find out how to get a Merge Cube and learn more, visit our website at: https://www.MergeCube.com.
AnatomyAR+ utilizes the latest in technology -- Augmented Reality (AR) -- to take a closer look at the most iconic and vital organs of the body: the brain, the heart, and the lungs.
View the anatomy from the palm of your hand -- and from any angle -- with the Merge Cube.
The brain: view and interact with the brain anatomy from all angles. Fade away the outer surface of the brain to look inside and examine the limbic system. Isolate the internal anatomy that makes up the basal nuclei.
The heart: explore the living human heart in vivid detail as it beats. Bring forth the inner anatomy to view valves and chambers working together in sync.
The lungs: examine the structure of the lungs and watch as the breathtaking complexity of the bronchial tree is revealed, from any angle you choose.
Each “stop” is supported with annotations and descriptions.
Fixed minor bugs
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LOVE this app! But...
I feel you are on track to a fantastic app, and as an anatomy and physiology teacher I see amazing opportunities to utilize this in the classroom. With just a little bit more, I feel you would truly have a fantastic tool for the classroom. The ability to add a quiz mode in which labels could be placed, as well as more organs, the stomach, liver, pancreas, etc...the ability to view joints such as the knee, elbow, ankle, etc... you are off to a great start though!
Awesome, but needs more
As a teacher, using this in the classroom would be great. I even pitched the idea of getting class sets or the merge cube, which my administration was on board for. However, this app just doesn’t have enough to justify such a purchase, please consider adding more. What you have done here is amazing, id like to see more organ systems and joints
I teach using this app sometimes. There is so much potential here, and I hope you guys develop more of these. I do not have a class set of the merge cube, but I put it on my teacher iPad and connect to Apple TV so the class can see it on the projector screen.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.