is an open source 3D atlas of human anatomy within Blender.
It is meant to be used by healthcare professional and students that do not master Blender.
If some people have the time and will to:
-make an app out of it
-or create scripts to make a user-friendly interface within Blender
it can easily become an interesting solution for all the people working with the anatomy.
‘Centauri’ and ‘Ziel’ created a script that will allow to add labels that:
-beautifully resolves the light issue -they are now kept visible when isolating structures-
-keeps the labels facing the 3D viewport
-and link the children’s visibility to the one of their parent:
z_anatomy.py (6.6 KB)
I now wish to involve open-source-lovers python-coders who want to take part in the development of this learning tool.
The following steps needed are to show/hide the definitions when clicking on the corresponding button:
-Only the labels (objects whose name contains the chain ‘-label’) of the active object should be visible,
-The objects containing the chain ‘-button’ should move 3mm to the right in delta location when clicking on it, and m mm left when clicking a second time. This behavior has to be a loop.
I can only work on the content and explain what is needed, but do not code.
(Modellers and animators are welcome too, there are plenty of things to do)
Hence, the question is:
Who wants to develop this open source 3D atlas of anatomy?