Our Z43 partner organization IT'IS Foundation has released of a range of morphed computational anatomical models (mViP) that provide even better coverage of the human population. The new anatomical models are based on the reference Virtual Population v3.1 anatomies that have been morphed to a range of BMI values. The morphing technique is based on a biomechanical model of the human body and imitates weight gain/loss in an individual.
This release marks a remarkable breakthrough in realistic morphing of computational body models and the first step to a broader range of virtual anatomies for computational life sciences.
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