Moving around a human 3d skeleton in volumetric display with LEAP Motion – created by Ashish Chandwani, Ngoc Do, Connie Huang, Ted Tagami, Alyssa Trinh at the University of Washington.
atrinhproductions: The Ghost Anatomy Project is a 3D volumetric display which allows users to interact with a holographic-like, anatomically correct model of the human body. It utilizes the Pepper’s Ghost method to create a 3D visualization, a Leap Motion for interaction, and three.js for control. The interface will allow anatomy students to study the human body in an effective, hands-on manner with less economical and physical constraints than cadavers, and more accuracy and flexibility than plastic models.
University of Washington
Informatics Capstone 2014
Ashish Chandwani, Ngoc Do, Connie Huang, Ted Tagami, Alyssa Trinh