This is Inside Explorer
The software where you can digitally explore the inside of things. It is loaded with real-time rendered 3D visualizations based on unique scientific data.
Today it’s your turn to get your hands on that very same 3D X-ray data that scientists, doctors or veterinarians use to investigate the inside of an object or body without leaving a scratch. Inside Explorer comes pre-installed with a selection of five fascinating animal datasets beautifully visualized for everyone to enjoy.
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Add to your Inside Explorer experience! Stay tuned for upcoming DLC's packed with mind blowing datasets, like ancient mummies, meteorites, amphibians and much more.
The Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt, also known as the Nubian Dynasty, was the last dynasty that occurred after the Nubian invasion. The nubians assimilated into society by reaffirming Ancient Egyptian religious traditions, temples, and artistic forms, while introducing some unique aspects of their own culture. It was during this dynasty that the Nile valley saw the first widespread construction of pyramids since the Middle Kingdom. The scans of this mummified man tells us about late Egyptian burial practices, from the placement of his hands to the figurines he was buried with.
Amber, fossilized tree resin, can preserve the anatomy of a trapped insect down to the tiny hairs on the legs of a fly. Now with new powerful x-rays, scientists can see more than ever. This DLC contains detailed CT scans of a real piece of amber from the Field Museum in Chicago. These unique pieces of amber contains three different insects so you can explore the same data as the scientists studying the anatomy and evolution of ancient insects.