An effort to collect and optimize different open source resource anatomy resources has resulted in the first release of 'Z-Anatomy', a free and open source anatomy project. It comes with custom Blender keybindings to assist navigation.
The first open source Atlas of Human Anatomy is online.
Several very interesting models of human anatomy are available on the web for several years.
A Japanese team called 'BodyParts3D' created several years ago hundreds of .obj files.
I gathered, repaired, organize and complete step by step the best models, following the latest edition of the Terminologia Anatomica (TA2-2019) added labels with the 'MeasureIt' addon and many missing structures as the ligaments and the muscular insertions.
The project is still in development and will be updated regularly until February 2022.
I will try and find a doctor or another professional of reference to check if everything is right within a few months; several systems are still under development.
This project belongs to everyone; all contributions are welcome and I would be glad to explain the choices that I made to organize the file and to integrate the pertinent contribution into the file shared on the website.
Special thanks to 'BodyPart3D' for their amazing models, 'Ogbog' (Blendswap) that managed to lower the file size, to Sophia Lappe for the cranial nerves, Antonio Vazquez (Antonioya) for the 'MeasureIt' addon, and to all the people whose work has been and will be used to create this Atlas.
One or two python scripts would be needed, to be able to open the definitions with one shortcut, and to keep the light on all the time, for example.
Please let me know if you can help me on that.
All help to promote this tool in the medical/scientific community is welcome.