The Cartilages and Ligaments

      The Ligaments of the 3D Human Body                      


The Human Bodyİs Cartilages and Ligaments are not just a few not-so-interesting objects : they may look rather bland (on the images we rendered here for your orientation, we added some bones and blood vessels just to give it all a more substantial look) but they are VERY important to help the Body work.

This means they are important to our 3D Anatomy as well, they are not just there but they keep the entire organism upright and are absolutely essential for enabling itİs movements. If neglected (as the Spine Ligaments like Anulli Fibrosi and Intervertebral Disks often get over the years, most people having insufficient knowledge about their bodily functions or they simply donİt care) the body of a human will suffer degeneration and often experience great pain connected with limited mobility - a sprained ankle may be bad, but do mind your Spine ! It never gets better, you know - only worse, so take care.

In the Anatomium P1 Set, the Ligaments are connected to either muscles or bones to demonstrate how these parts function. Their P1 Set number reaches a stunning 1749 individual objects... enabling astonishing optical feats, in the P2 set, their number is well reduced and mostly the joint ligaments are individual, in the P3 Set there are about as few individual ligaments as in the 3D anatomy our competition offers ;)

The Body Lgaments, as an important part of the 3D Anatomy, come within the *complete* Anatomy sets. More Info - please CLICK). -


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- Connecting tissues usually get left out in 3D if they are unsubstantial like fatty deposits (except in special cases) however cartilage and ligament are essential tissues the entire skeletal apparatus desperately needs to keep upright, or rather to keep that endoskeleton covered by organs and muscles in exactly the right way. The muscles, skeleton and ligamental tissues are really one interconnected mass but 3D makes it possible to differentiate between them and move them with the surety of theoretical anatomy, pure and crass. The 3D Human Body is not like Lego but it can be handled similarly by good software, there being no gravity in 3D space.

It cannot be sad often enough what a difference in experience the direct holographically 3d-dimensional access to the entire human body in all it's parts, regulating transparencies which would be quite unthinkable in reality. This is important: not any stereoscopic effect (which can also be had easily but is usually quite unwanted).

3D materials of "the human sort" are very interesting pathfinders in education, they get plausible information into a child's brain fast and of course they also work well with grown students. Human Anatomy is three dimensional, and that is enough - the Visual Primate strikes again and prefers the optical way of science delivery to his brain over hearing or smelling the human body - there certainly is some irony in that.
More information about human ligaments.
More information about cartilage (other connective tissues of the human body).

Upwards (Authoritative Info about the 3D Model Set).