Google Body is gone, ladies and gentlemen. It was lost in a changeover from google labs. “More wood behind fewer arrows,” says Google. For now, what was google body is not available for use. I hope the next version includes deep tissue zoom.
Google “google body” and you find Zygote Labs, the imaging and design firm that created the brain and heart below.
Zygote is the company behind the 3D human anatomy displayed in Google Body. As Google Labs winds down Zygote will move forward with Zygote Body.
A “searchable and interactive 3D model of human anatomy.” Awesome.
I hope that interactive body3D incorporates agility. I imagine that one could input a movement relative to neutral position and the digital anatomy moves as it were a human body and you can zoom into deep muscle layers etc and see which ones are flexing and how much etc. zoom from whole body to biomolecular happenings. I’m thinking. It’s on now.
“enables users to use anthropometrically accurate solid 3D male and female models within their SolidWork assemblies to visualize and evaluate …[one hopes musculoskeletal] interaction [of the human body] with the human body [are these hard to read? I just wrote two varities of the incident sentence. As a reader of these thoughts some time in the future, I wonder what relevance the previous grammatical bifurcation might encourage.]“
$950 licensing fee. Google body, you were free! I think humanity is trending toward freedom of innovation. I think it compounds when shared. And the best part, action from ideas!
Welcome to my mind. 9:40 on a Tuesday evening. In between writing on this post I did 2 handstands. Relevant? Notes for future reference. I am creating a book.
What else do I do. What is a blog?
I ask questions. They give life moguls and amplitude, and curious word combinations. What does that mean, thinking differently? Relative to myself, how do my neural networks change relative to how they used to be and where and how and with whom could I explore this?
I learned recently two cognitive curiosities:
“The modification of synaptic connections between neurons is thought to underlie our ability to form memories and acquire new behaviors. The majority of excitatory synapses in the brain are formed onto specialized cellular structures known as dendritic spines that consist of a bulbous spine head that is separated from the remainder of the dendrite by a thin neck.”
Says Neurobiology Professor Bernardo Sabatini of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Neurobiology. Dendritic spines seem to serve the purpose of spatially segmenting individual synapses such that signal transductions are not interfered with by neighboring synapses. The volume of a spine is tiny at <1 femtoliter (one quadrillionth of a liter). We have only recently been able to image them and observe their interaction in living tissue. Here is the latest comprehension of how they work:
“spines are dynamic structures that grow, structurally reorganize, and sometimes disappear within tens of minutes and spine motility has been correlated with the ability of animals of reorganize their cerebral cortex..”
This spawns a plethora of thoughts in various directions which I will think more thoroughly through then communicate the most valuable aka curious ones to you, the internet and me, myself. For now, on with the train of thought.
A blog is self notes. I think of it as making my mind social.
How do I share how I think? Is that what I actually think about? When? With most passion? Curiosity? Time? How does what I do/what I spend time thinking about (and doing) vary over time? It is in bursts. What do I think about in my spare time? Why do I suddenly experience shyness?
Finishing up, the awesome report: things interesting to me. Think and discover and enjoy!
“Non-profit global collaborative experiment to collect health and lifestyle information and share it in an open and anonymous way.”
Google Experimental. I am testing Google Instant.
“Google is always experimenting with new features aimed at improving the search experience. Take one for a spin.”
New arXiv entries into the journal of Quantitative Biology.
Look at these categories!
- molecular networks
- neurons and cognition
- subcellular processes
- cell behavior
11:56 pm. Final words, thoughts? Exist mindfully and intensely.
Life is long if you know how to use it.