Dsastray - 2019-11-02 06:50:59
Pretty good but
I’d like a cadaver “skin” option and they really should have thought the pop-up info window that takes up the entire screen in AR mode a little better. Edit: To clarify, I mean “skin” not in the integumentary sense, but rather computer graphics sense. I’d like the option to turn on photorealistic shading, texture, and coloration that looks more like the cadavers do in the cadaver lab. Arteries and nerves the same color (more or less), veins blueish/black, etc. Basically I wish you could hit a button and turn it from “beautifully illustrated anatomy textbook” to look more like the Mark Nielsen/Shawn Miller cadaver photos lecture that they have available for purchase. In an ideal world, they’d make the muscles floppy, flaccid, or even give the option to show what the muscle looks like when atrophied (like they often are with elderly donors in the lab), but this would be a pretty deep rewrite of the 3D models, compared to the more “doable” updating of the model textures. Last gripe: I wish you could temporarily disable bones and muscles from being selected (while still having them visible for reference). I don’t have particularly fat fingers, but if I’m studying nerves, it’s almost impossible to select a nerve without zooming in 1000% just to make sure you’re don’t select the bone/muscles nearby instead.
Alloykid - 2019-10-13 23:53:21
Hello, I’ve owned the full app for a couple years now, but today when I logged in I lost all the access to the body models. I did not purchase the subscription because I owned the basic app with the full human body and organs, but somehow now I don’t have access to any of that? Can you explain why I lost access to the content I purchased? And yes I did restore purchase. Thank you.
kayura87 - 2019-11-07 04:05:49
This is a pretty great app for the most part, but the default human experience is not “White Male”. As this is targeted as a learning device for the medical field I would like to see the change in this mindset start here. Hopefully by starting with changing the tools our doctors use to educate themselves we can make a larger impact on the medical industry as a whole.