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Open source 3D atlas of human anatomy[edit | edit source]

Hello dear Wikipedians specialized in Anatomy,

My name is Gauthier KERVYN, I live in Montpellier, I am a 2D/3D Graphic Designer specialized in Anatomy (graduated in Orthesiology-Prothesiology).

We have been creating an open source 3D atlas of non-pathological human anatomy with a Spanish developer friend for a year and a half:

https://www.z-anatomy.com/ https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EqNpkb7hzAmoSHYcVsZoLoZlNBHNDsCV/view https://www.linkedin.com/company/z-anatomy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNNUPDoFMYw

Eventually, we will propose a (short) definition of each anatomical structure, according to the latest edition of the TA2 (TA2-2019) in four languages ​​(English, French, Spanish and Portuguese).

We therefore seek to bring together people who want to participate in completing and updating the definitions in an external database used in the 3D atlas application.

The changes would therefore be visible in real time as soon as a modification is made. Uncorrected translations will display a message indicating that it is an automatic translation that may contain errors, and those that have been proofread and corrected will not display this message. A summary table will allow you to see the entire lexicon (about 7000 anatomical structures).

Our goal is to create short, up-to-date definitions in 4 languages (same definition automatically translated and corrected) ​​for the 'Z-Anatomy' project. The created content will then be available to be imported into Wikipedia.

We therefore seek to connect with the people who work on anatomy definitions to coordinate our efforts effectively. The collaboration system will soon be in place. To be kept informed, the easiest way is to follow the Linkedin page (third link) or express your interest on the site's forum.

I am a newbie in Wikipedia and your suggestions are welcome.


Thanking you in advance for your kind collaboration, I wish you a pleasant day.

Cordially,

Gauthier