The Difference Between a Book and Biomap?

Here, you have 3D visual control over the human body in its dynamics. Whether it is nerve impulse transmission, a comminuted fracture or aortic dissection, you can now understand medicine easier. See below what features BioMap offers you.

View in Normal or X-Ray Mode, Take Notes, Zoom-In/Zoom-Out

Our technology allows you to view the human body up to the smallest receiver or cell, in 3D, on any device (iOS, Android or Windows) from anywhere on the planet. You no longer have to limit yourself to atlases or 2D boards, because now you can control the perspective from which you learn the medical concepts. See to the smallest detail of each element, view normally or in X-Ray, add notes, zoom-in or zoom-out the model.

Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Interventions

Our medical education application includes both anatomy, physiology and pathology, illustrating, from all perspectives, diseases from most medical specialties. The technology offers access to over 650 3D models, broken down into categories, easy to watch and view. For example, you can now see not only the composition of a thrombus, but also how it forms, how it migrates into the lungs, but also how pulmonary thrombembolism is catheterized.

Functions for Each Stage of the Medical Career

BioMap serves every stage of the medical career, from the student who learns the basics for admission to the application, to the students and resident doctors who use the 3D models in their individual study. Further, BioMap is practical for physicians who need real support in discussing patients and for university professors who want to capture students' attention through state-of-the-art technology.

Animations and Interactive Presentations

To fully understand the many processes that take place in the human body, static visualization, even in 3D, isn’t sufficient. Therefore, the BioMap application includes animations such as atrial flutter, or predefined virtual presentations, such as cardiac catheterization. They offer a new, dynamic, completely interactive perspective on the specific disease or anatomical/physiological element.

Virtual “Dissection” (Hide) With One Click

3D visualization of the multiple layers provides a better overview for understanding the medical concepts. Remove various layers to get a closer look at the individual items that interest you. Activate the hide feature and select the items you want to remove from the 3D model. Virtual dissection provides support for understanding anatomy, physiology and pathology in an active way.

Take Notes

Using the notes feature, you can attach names on specific elements of the visualized model, as well as descriptions and information that will help you in the learning process. Whether you take notes directly on the model for individual study, or you are in the process of creating a virtual tour of the classroom, the notes are useful for a complete understanding of the concepts studied.

Editing and Saving Models

Individualize the 3D models to the smallest detail, including notes, to serve the purpose of your study. Save your changes and then access them from the Favorites menu. We do not want your efforts during the learning session to be lost, so you have access to your custom models from anywhere in the world, you just have to log in to your account.

Custom Virtual Presentations

Useful for professors in universities of medicine, but also for individual study, this feature helps you create dynamic presentations using models within the BioMap app that you individualize to the smallest detail. The model recording function has unlimited potential and offers the user full creation power.

Available in Romanian and English

The BioMap application is also useful for English speakers. Available in two languages, it makes the learning process much easier for both Romanian and foreign students. Within universities, it comes as a real help to those professors who also have English speaking groups.