THE NEW
OPEN SOURCE
3D ATLAS
OF ANATOMY

 

 

The best open-source 3D files of human anatomy, repaired and organized are downloadable for free on this website.

To use this file on a desktop computer

(Blender is not available on mobile devices):

   -On Windows:

1: Download, save and unzip(*) 'Anatomy Blender'
2: Inside the newly created folder 'Anatomy Blender', double-click on 'Blender.exe'

3: Allow scripts

   -On Mac/Linux:

1: Download, save and unzip(*) 'Z-anatomy.7z'

2: Download the corresponding version of Blender on blender.org

3: Configure it like this

4: File>Open>'z-anatomy.blend'

5: Allow scripts

(*) Avec Winzip, 7-zip, ...

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Considered for a long time as a 'difficult' program, Blender is now competing with the best 3D modeling programs on the market; its quality and the free license that characterize it make it the ideal tool for organizing and viewing these open source 3D anatomy files.

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BLENDER USED AS AN ANATOMY ATLAS
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ANATOMICAL
CONTENT

This atlas is mostly based on the models of 'Bodyparts3D' from the Center for Life Science, which are shared under the CC-BY-SA licence. The purpose of this project is to assemble, repair, organize and fine-tune the existing open source 3D files into a full atlas of human anatomy.

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OPEN SOURCE PHILOSOPHY

These files are all licenced under the CC-BY-SA license, commonly called 'open-source'. This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator. The license allows for commercial use. If you remix, adapt, or build upon the material, you must license the modified material under identical terms.

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