1. Home screen
Whenever you open the app, the initial screen will display the whole male model, with all systems visible. The buttons on the left allow you to control which systems you wish to view and which should be hidden. Note that the systems have more than one layer. One click and the most superficial layer becomes semi-transparent; another click and it is completely hidden. This allows you to view deeper layers.
Some systems like musculature, skeleton, circulatory and nervous present more options of visualization. Click the button with an arrow (to the right of the corresponding system button) to see a list of options. For example, the skeleton viewing options let you see the skull separately for better observation of the bones that make it up.
2. Control panel
The buttons on the right side of the screen allow you to perform a number of functions. Here’s how each of them works:
This button allows you to observe the model through augmented reality, inserting it virtually in the environment. This feature applys ARKit technology, available only for iOS on the following devices: iPhone 6s, iPhone 7s, iPhone X, iPads 2017 and iPads Pro.
This button makes the model go back to the initial settings, as it is presented at the time the software is opened.
Available options depend on the software.
Background color / Anatomical planes
Switches the background color from light to dark, making it easier to see structures such as bones and ligaments. Take one more click and view the anatomical planes.
Remove all structures
The first click makes all structures (except those previously selected) semi-transparent, the second click removes all structures.
Female / Male
This button lets you switch between the female and male reproductive system.
The control of image resolution allows the software to run smoothly on slower computers. This button has three phases: A (auto), q (lower resolution), Q (higher resolution).
Available in two speeds, allowing a more dynamic visualization of the model.
Enter the first few letters of a structure name to perform a search through all structures contained in the software.
This button allows access to this tutorial and gives more information about the software.
This button closes the program.
Controls the size of the image on the screen.
Hide control panel
Make room for a better view of the model on the screen.
Move the model to the sides, up and down.
Rotates de model. You can also use the mouse: click on any structure of the model and drag.
3. Displaying a single system
S ometimes we will want only one system to be displayed on the screen. The easiest way to do this is clicking the transparency button until all systems are hidden. Then select the system that you wish to be displayed by clicking on the corresponding button (left panel). In the example beside, the circulatory system was selected.
4. Selecting and removing structures
Dragging one finger over any structure will highlight it (blue) and display a caption in your chosen language.
To select one or more structures, simply long press it one of them with your finger. The structure will be highlighted (pink) and its caption will continue to appear, even after moving your finger.
Selected structures can be hidden by clicking the remove button. In this way, organs that are located deeper can be better visualized.
To once again display a hidden structure, just click the include button.
If you are using the software on a touch screen, some functions can be triggered with specific commands:
Drag one finger
Shows structures’ captions
Two quick taps with one finger
Centralizes a structure
Drag two fingers
Rotates the model
Drag three fingers
Move the model