• 0
  • 2.0
    4 total
  • Category: Education
  • Published by: inKlusion ?
  • Size: 139.9 MB
  • Supported processors: x64
  • Language: English (United States) and 44 other languages ?
  • Learn more: Website & Support
  • Notes:
    Version 1.5: Improved 3D models for Muscular System, Brain and Pituitary Glands. Added 3D disease visualization. Version 1.4: Added Support for Windows 8.1. Version 1.3: Added interactive quizes. Added curiosities. Minor bug corrections. Version 1.2: Bug corrections and performance improvements. Version 1.1: Added ARM support. Added Spanish and Portuguese Languages. Added Preferences Options, to choose app language. Minor bug corrections.

Human Encyclopedia

Award winning app and European AppCup 2013 Finalist, Human Encyclopedia is a 3D interactive Human Body encyclopedia. Explore 3D models of human organs and systems and learn about the human body in a fun and interactive way and test your skills with interactive quizes! This app features the following systems and organs of the human body: Integumentary System (free version) Muscular System (full version) Skeleton System (full version) Cardiovascular (free version) • Heart (free version) Digestive System (full version) • Esophagus (full version) • Gall Blander (full version) • Large Intestine (full version) • Liver (full version) • Pancreas (full version) • Pharynx (full version) • Small Intestine (full version) • Stomach (full version) Endocrine System (full version) • Adrenal Glands (full version) • Pancreas (full version) • Pituitary Gland (full version) • Thymus (full version) • Thyroid (full version) Lymphatic System (full version) • Thymus (full version) • Spleen (full version) Nervous System (full version) • Brain (full version) Reproductive System (full version) Respiratory System (full version) • Larynx (full version) • Lungs (full version) • Pharynx (full version) • Trachea (full version) Urinary System (full version) • Bladder (full version) • Kidneys (full version)


  • Information about 11 systems and 24 organs, including functions and diseases
  • More than thirty 3D models to explore
  • Rotate and zoom 3D models
  • Use transparency to view specific organs
  • Search info about systems and organs
  • Interactive Quizes

Comments View all



11 July 2013

Well the trial was good but then buying to get muscle and skeletal the muscle 3D is just colors painted on. Pretty terrible. The skeletal just crashes. Don't waste your money until this gets fixed and updated.


31 March 2013

Great application for education purposes and the 3D models is a very nice extra. Great place to start!


27 March 2013

Graphics are great, but not what I thought. Doesn't show names of muscles nor skeleton bones. So not useful for an anatomy student


28 January 2013

Dev hides all the information so you must buy. I need a skeletal reference for school and not only is there less than a minutes worth of reading on the skeletal system and its components (of which this encyclopedia mentions none) but the 3d picture doesn't even render! Just crashes. DO NOT BUY