Google Inc. Launches Body Browser As In-Browser Tool

Google has come up with it’s latest innovation call the Body Browser, which is reported to provide the user a ‘Google Earth’ type of experience of the human body. There is not much detail available on the internet, but some critics have given negative feedback about this new application, and alleged that they could not make it work.

Google has launched the Body Browser to be an in-browser tool, where it turns out to be very handy for the user. Google officials state that the browser is a detailed description of the human body in the 3D world. He said “You can peel back anatomical layers, zoom in, and navigate to parts that interest you. Click to identify anatomy, or search for muscles, organs, bones and more.”

If one needs to run this browser, then he should have the beta version of latest Chrome with WebGL. WebGL is a 3D graphics API which is installed by Google in its latest Chrome Browser, and this will be used to view the content on the Body Browser. Just as an anatomy, users will be able to browse through each layer of human skin, organ and bone. The new browser is a complete package of a body encyclopaedia online, which is very informative and easy to use.

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