Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Pledge $3 Billion to Fighting Disease (Katie Benner, New York Times)
Zuckerberg Family Fund to Invest $3 Billion in Research Technology (Deepa Seetharaman, Wall Street Journal)
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan announce $3 billion initiative to ‘cure all diseases’ (Harrison Weber, Venture Beat)
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Commits $3 Billion To Cure All Diseases (Sara Chodosh, Popular Science)
This section includes some interactive 360° YouTube videos — press and hold to explore!
Googling the body: Google offers professional-grade 3-D anatomical tours (D.C. Denison, Boston Globe)
Google Launches ‘Body Browser’ (Mark Hachman, PC Magazine)
Science: New From Google Labs: The Google Body Browser
Google Body Browser Gives Detailed Look at Your Inner Workings
Google explores the human body with HTML5 (USA Today)
KineMan is a cool little Chrome Experiment that is both educational and fun (assuming you’re the kind who can get a kick out of playing with skeletons). You can use sliders to control 1 degree of freedom motions, or you can drag across the canvas for 2DOF motion. It takes a few minutes to get into the interface, but once you’re engaged, you can get a bit lost contorting the little guy. Of course, this is definitely a must have app for anyone in the throws of learning skeletal anatomy.
KineMan Interactive 3D Articulated Skeleton (Official Website)
KineMan (Chrome Experiment)
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human body the physical substance of the human organism, composed of living cells and extracellular materials and organized into tissues, organs, and systems.. — Britannica
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