Solid 3D Male Integumentary System

Solid 3D Male Integumentary System

Need to model a system involving the entire body?

Zygote's 3D Male Integumentary System, or skin, is designed to provide a framework for whole-body modeling, including:

  • Safety System Engineering & Design
  • Armament and Ballistics Studies
  • Human Factors & Ergonomics
  • Medical Simulation

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Zygote's Solid 3D Anatomy has set the standard in CAD and Simulation for over a decade.

  • Formats:
    • ProE/Creo
    • IGES
    • ParaSolid
    • SolidWorks
    • Step
  • Delivery Method: Download
  • Price: $680

"The Zygote human anatomy library is the starting point for nearly every animation project that we tackle. Having such a detailed anatomy set enables us to spend more time focusing on the specifics of our s products and devices without needing to compromise the overall quality of the piece. The models are very well built, enabling us to use varying levels of detail to keep our scenes light and optimized, which is crucial with some of the huge data-sets that we are dealing with day in and day out.

It has also been extremely valuable to be able to take advantage of the updates and upgrades that the Zygote artists continue to offer, keeping our library up-to-date and comprehensive."

Steve Deverall / Director of Animation - Infuse Medical

The Zygote Solid 3D Male Integumentary System, or skin, is a highly detailed geometry of a 50th percentile US male. Available with or without genitalia, the life-like geometric detail is perfect for simulation as well as for creating high-quality imagery for demonstrations, presentations and marketing.

The skin is available as one solid volumetric body, or as a tissue layer that encapsulates the internal anatomy. In the tissue layer version, no stratification for dermal layers or subdermal fat is provided, all such tissues are included in one mass. The encapsulating tissue data was created by hand procedurally of the volume between the exterior of the skin to the exterior (or most superficial) surfaces of internal anatomy such as the muscles and bones.