Ed Barton, the CEO of Curiscope has discovered a new app called ‘Virtuali-Tee’, an educational app that works with augmented reality to learn about internal organs inside the body.
This eye-opening experiment is not carried out through various specimens and skeletons but into his own body.
The AR-based app works using the camera of a smartphone and allows the technology to digitally view the body and show organs such as the stomach, heart and lungs. As the device is moved from one side to another the 3D realistic model also moves. This app can help users look into their own anatomy.
Barton and his co-workers at Curiscope raised almost 75,000 British pounds to make this project a reality.
The app allows the users to tap on a particular organ and get a video description of the things viewed.
The app costs around 20-24 British pounds and works on both Android and iOS devices. It can be downloaded for free, but the app only works with the accompanying of blue, green or red T-shirts.