The application features a detailed view of the standard human 3D skeleton model, where you can identify all the bone, teeth, disks and costal cartilage categories. Both the English and the Latin names are available.
It features a wide collection of sectional, annotated example views displayed in small preview tiles, for each skeleton part. The collection can be expanded by creating and saving your own views, adding annotations and comments (in multiple languages). This way, you can build a personal knowledge base with individual anatomical content, without needing to change your learning habits.
Optionally, the bone categories and skeleton sections can be color-coded, for easy and fast identification and the labels can be hidden in order to test your knowledge. You can view a 3D realistic model of the skeleton or each bone separately.
BoneLab comes with a built-in dictionary that includes a large variety of anatomical terms, enabling you to quickly access the corresponding 3D views and thus memorize the terms easier. If that is not enough, you can use the built-in browser in order to lookup information, images and videos on the Web.
The application’s interface is well-organized, providing easy access to the anatomic dictionary, the thumbnail views and the bone categories, while displaying the 3D image in the center.
All in all, BoneLab can prove to be a handy tool for students, who can practice and learn about the skeleton system, as well as teachers or doctors, enabling them to present the anatomical structure in an interactive way.