One of our most popular collections due to the broad range of applications, this Skeletal System will impress you.
Zygote's Solid 3D Male Skeleton is perfect for:
The Zygote Solid 3D Skeleton Model sets a new benchmark for solid human anatomy. It is perfect for orthopedic design, animation, marketing renders, or finite element analysis. It was developed from CT scans of a 50th percentile male, and was carefully modeled to retain subtle anatomical nuances unique to specific bones. The skeleton is a solid assembly of individual bones, intervertebral discs, and teeth, making selection and manipulation of individual components simple and straightforward.
The Zygote Solid Skeleton model has a high level of geometric detail while efficiently maintaining anatomical fidelity throughout the model. An example of the great improvements in this version of the solid skeleton is the skull; which includes all major foramina, an accurate interior to the cranium, and each sinus cavity.
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Zygote's Solid 3D Anatomy has set the standard in CAD and Simulation for over a decade.
"This is the best product on the market worldwide; there's nothing even close to the quality of Zygote's anatomy models. We could possibly create similar models, but would waste enormous amounts of time with our 3D operators, and would need the knowledge of medical professionals. Zygote Anatomy Collection saved us a lot of money and production time."Jakub Spiroch / Production Manager - Frame100R
The skeleton is created entirely from CT scans of one 50th percentile individual as detailed below. High fidelity geometries detail major features of each bone including fossae, foramina, tubercles and tuberosities. Each bone is a separate part, labeled with conventional nomenclature. The skeleton is symmetrical with the scan subject's data being mirrored about the central axis. Cortical and cancellous bone tissue layers are licensed separately and available for select bones upon request.
Since the scan posture was recumbent, adjustments were made to alter the posture of the skeleton to standing. Careful attention was paid to preserve bone shape, articulations and the spatial relationships between bones. Standing Cyber scan data of the CT scan subject were taken for correct standing posture and external landmarks were used to adjust the posture from recumbent posture to standing.
Included in this collection are the intervertebral discs.