Interactive 3D models

Interactive 3D reconstruction of the head arteries of a PCW7 human embryo: View the 3D model

Interactive 3D reconstruction of the skeleton  of a PCW7 human embryo:  View the 3D model

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Tutorial :

It is preferable to use a mouse having a click wheel (not all manipulation options are available with a Mac Magic Mouse for instance).

In the left panel the R stand for Realistic Color, the C for Artificial Color, the S for Semi-transparent, and the T for Transparent.

Left Mouse Button :

  • Outside the embyro, holding key and moving the mouse allows for embryo rotation
  • In the left pannel, selects color options and selects the search bar for queries
  • Click on an object in the scene to show object descrition and open access to color options of the single object (under the search bar)
  • Click on the name of a group in the left pannel to show the list of all structures included (below the search bar)

Mouse Wheel :

  • Scrolling allows you to zoom in and out

Right Mouse Button :

  • Single click on an object in the scene : Focuses the camera on the object.
  • Second right click : Click and hold key while moving the mouse allows for translation of the embryo
  • Other function : Single click in the scene outside the embryo centers the embryo

Mouse Wheel Click & Hold:

  • Allows for embryo translation
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