Have you ever wondered how your voice box works? Or how thousands of tiny receptors on your tongue help you distinguish all sorts of different flavors? Introducing the Humanoid 4D+, an educational augmented reality app designed to provide colorful and interactive depictions of the human anatomy along with its various systems and how they work.
This visually driven app will help you discover a lot of things about your body, including how your digestive system converts the food you eat into energy, how your skeletal frame helps you run, jump and even perform flashy somersaults, and a whole lot more!
BODY SYSTEM INTERACTION CARDS
Don’t just watch and learn about all the major organs of the body, INTERACT with them in our 3D Library mode! The Humanoid 4D+ augmented reality properties allow you to observe all the details of these important organs. Zoom in and out of any 3D animated organ, rotate it and discover its functions, role and how the organs keep you alive and healthy.
The Humanoid 4D+ AR technology allows you to explore your muscular, skeletal, respiratory, nervous systems and more in a fun and interactive way! As you select a specific bodily system, tap the screen at specified intervals to let the system and the corresponding explanation progress accordingly. These step-by-step visualizations will provide a thorough understanding of how a particular bodily system works.
Humanoid 4D+ App Details
Size: iOS 103 MB / Android 53 MB
Minimum Operating System: Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) & iOS 7.0
Approximate Download Time: Generally takes several minutes (providing you have a reliable internet connection).
Minimum Processor: Qualcomm chipset, 1.2 GHz
It works well on 1 GB RAM
Not compatible with Intel Atom Processor
Memory card supports Augmented Reality feature
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