Complete Anatomy, an iPad app from 3D4Medical, is designed to teach medical school students human anatomy with a virtual dissectible heart, real-time muscle movement mapping, nerve tracer, and microanatomy models to explore.
From an article in Mac Rumors by Juli Clover.
In the future, Complete Anatomy will take advantage of the LiDAR Scanner built into the 2020 iPad Pro to add a new feature that will allow healthcare professionals to accurately and instantly assess the range of motion of patients who are recovering from an injury or surgery.
The feature is demoed in a YouTube video featuring Irene Walsh, the chief design officer at Complete Anatomy. According to Walsh, there has been no standardized way to measure range of motion, a problem solved with the iPad Pro’s LiDAR Scanner.
Using the new 2020 iPad Pro, Complete Anatomy is able to view movements in three dimensions, using motion capture to identify which movement a person is doing. Movements are paired with 3D muscle animations, providing information on the primary muscles required to carry out the action.
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Walsh says that the upcoming version of Complete Anatomy on the iPad “has the potential to transform the medical community of the future.”
The LiDAR Scanner feature is coming to the Complete Anatomy app in the near future, though no specific release date is provided. So far, few apps are able to take advantage of the LiDAR Scanner, but previews like these give us an idea of just how powerful of a tool it will be when implemented by developers.
Rumors suggest that iPhones set to be released in 2020 will also include a similar 3D scanning LiDAR feature, which would allow Apple’s iPhones and iPad Pro models to be used for more advanced and exciting augmented reality functions.
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What if the line between your imagination and the real world didn’t exist? With augmented reality, not only is that possible, it’s here.
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Apple has the world’s largest AR platform, with hundreds of millions of AR‑enabled devices, as well as thousands of AR apps on the App Store. And because Apple hardware and software are designed from the ground up for AR, there is no better way to experience AR.
Visualize the human body in intricate detail to learn more about its every part. With Motion Capture on iPad Pro with LiDAR Scanner, physical therapists and patients will soon be able to get quantified information on their mobility improvements throughout recovery.
Communicate with your friends in fun and delightful ways with AR effects in Snapchat. With the LiDAR Scanner in iPhone 12 Pro, watch your space transform into a magical forest complete with grass on the floor, flowers on the table, vines on the wall, and a never-ending starry sky.
iScape helps you visualize landscape design ideas for your home’s outdoor living areas. Choose from hundreds of different plant varieties and collaborate on designs with your friends before you break ground.
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Access hundreds of eyeglasses and sunglasses and see how they look on your face. With the TrueDepth camera on iPhone, you can instantly see yourself in a pair of glasses before you decide whether to buy them.
Learn about the inner workings of objects from a jet engine to a vast coral reef, all in a spatial, interactive way. There are dozens of Jigs across a variety of topics, including machines, science, space, history, and how‑to.
Capture and record spectacular shots. On iPhone 12 Pro, there’s no need to manually mask objects or people. The LiDAR Scanner captures depth so text and graphics can be moved behind people and objects in a matter of seconds.
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Relive the daring NASA Apollo space missions in captivating detail and deepen your knowledge with an AR educational experience from the earth to the moon.
IKEA Place lets you imagine how products will look, feel, and fit in your home, without ever having to open your front door. On the new iPad Pro with LiDAR Scanner, you’ll soon be able to furnish your room with smart suggestions for products that both go with your existing furniture and fit in your space.
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AR Quick Look gives you instant access to AR experiences right from Safari, Messages, and Mail. Preview an item in your own space and experience it in AR before you make a purchase from a website.
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Follow the journey of a plant’s life and explore the intricate internal anatomy of the root, stem, leaf, and flower. Observe the different stages of germination and learn about optimum growth conditions with your own virtual plant.
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Apple hardware and software are designed together for the best AR experience possible. Advanced cameras, amazing displays, motion sensors, and powerful graphics processors combine with custom machine learning and cutting‑edge developer tools to enable realistic and engaging AR experiences. And support for AR is built directly into iOS and iPadOS, so you can experience AR not only from an app, but also within Safari, Mail, Messages, Files, and more using AR Quick Look.
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