What are we doing

In short — We are building an evidence-based 3D model of the human body, create high-quality, interactive illustrations of the model, and share them here to provide a resource for teaching and explaining anatomy.


Project status (Early October, 2020):

We have completed the human skeleton modeling and continue to develop the joints and ligaments of the extremities. Scroll our status update gallery to see our progress:

Human anatomomy 3D model, containing the complete skeleton, joints of an axial skeleton, and partially the ligaments of the upper extremitty Human anatomomy 3D model, containing bones and joints of an axial skeleton, and bones of upper extremity Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine, thorax, pelvis, shoulder blades, clavicles + joints, discs & capsules of the axial skeleton Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine, disks, joint capsules, spinal joints, pelvic bones and ribs Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine, disks, joint capsules, spinal joints and pelvic bones Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine, disks, joint capsules and spinal joints Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine, intervertebral disks and zygapophysial joint capsules Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, spine and intervertebral disks Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull and spine Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull as well as cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine Human anatomomy 3D model, containing skull, cervical and thoracic spine 3D model of the cervical spine 3D model of the skull
Please refer to the corresponding sections of our site navigation panel to see high-quality interactive illustrations of the model in detail.

Image functionality

By clicking any illustration marked with an icon like this —

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— you will toggle the visibility of markup & terminology comments.

In its turn by clicking this icon

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you will download the presentation-friendly .png or .jpg image with comments.


Finally, below each illustration that has Latin terminology comments, you will find an expanding list of terms with translation into English:

The list of terms: Anatomia clavis et clavus medicinae est – Anatomy is the key and rudder of medicine

Creative Commons License

All our original images are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. That means you are free to use them for non-commercial purposes.