3D Muscle Premium 2 [Download]

Pinned on August 27, 2013 at 3:17 pm by Betty Chance

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3D Muscle Premium 2 [Download]

3D Muscle Premium 2 provides a revolutionary environment for understanding 600+ muscles in the human body. Zoom, rotate, and dissect musculature freely—there are no clunky, static visuals to limit the experience. Watch hundreds of muscles in moving action. Each muscle is displayed in real 3D, allowing users to study muscle types and intricate fiber directions from any perspective. Information about each muscle includes: origin and insertion points pinned on the muscle; muscle attachments marked on bones; definitions that detail attachment, actions, and innervations; and audio files with pronunciation. Hundreds of muscles are shown in moving 3D. This app’s visuals, definitions, and functionality come together on-screen and create an immersive experience that reveals the human body’s complex musculature.

3D Muscle Premium 2 is ideal for students, instructors and healthcare professionals who seek to learn, better understand, or communicate in-depth information about muscles, their attachments and actions.

System Requirements

2 gHz Pentium 4 processor or better
2GB RAM

Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
3D-enabled, dedicated video card with 64+ MB on-board RAM
1024×768 screen resolution, or better

Product Features


Comments

Anonymous says:

I’ve tried loading this program from the backup disc and it crashed my computer. I finally received the link to download directly from Visible Body and after taking half a day to get it downloaded ( and I have a high speed internet connection) when I tried to run the program I got an error message saying the data file was missing! Until the company fixes this problem this product is totally useless.

Anonymous says:

I bought this for my Windows laptop. But I can’t understand it’s why it costs so much when iMuscle does a far better job for free. Of course, you can only use iMuscle on Apple products, but if you have an iPad or an Apple computer, I would definitely recommend iMuscle, which also suggests exercises for each muscle, shows the way the exercise should be performed and what happens to the muscles while performing a specific exercise AND let’s you create a program for yourself or a client and email it to them (client must have iMuscle installed). That said, this program is better, or complimentary, to the software that comes with Muscolino’s book on muscles.


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