Solid 3D Male Respiratory System

Solid 3D Male Respiratory System

Researching airflow or breathing? Developing medical devices for the respiratory system?

You need Zygote's Solid 3D Male Respiratory System.

Zygote's Solid 3D Male Respiratory System is perfect for:

  • Researching Respiration
  • Surgical Simulation & Planning
  • Medical Device Design
  • Injury & Trauma Modeling

If you're simulating or engineering for the human Respiratory System, you need Zygote's Solid 3D Respiratory System.

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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: $2,800

"One of the main reasons we (Ghost) upgraded was to take advantage of the improved texturing and increased accuracy of the bony anatomy. Historically, we've spent a goodly amount of time trying to massage previous versions into shaders and geometry tweaks that stood up to the scrutiny of a close-up shot. With version 5 of the male and female anatomy collections, all I did was light it. No screwing around. Just animate, light and render... Honestly? The surgical procedure portions were the easiest part of this production."

Laura Schulz / Project Manager - ghOst Productions, Inc.

The Solid 3D Male Respiratory System was developed using primary scan data as reference material. Intricate Tracheal and Bronchial anatomy correspond brilliantly with the branching vessels of the Pulmonary Artery and Veins (licensed separately as part of the Circulatory System). The detail and fidelity of the lung tissue is very high with both lungs with each characteristic lobe. The Respiratory System correlates well with the Skeleton and Muscle System with Costal Grooves fitting the ribs. The Pleura are included and can be used as a light stand in for macro modeling. Also included are anatomical features of the Oronasal Cavity to the Bronchial Tree, with highly detailed 3D geometries of the Nasal concha and Epiglottis.