The Visible Human Project was developed in response to calls by U.S. based academic medical centres for a complete, anatomically ‘normal’ image set of the human body in the public domain. Launched through the U.S. National Library of Medicine in November 1994 the VHP made publicly available the first digitisation of an entire human corpse. The Visible Male was one Joseph Jernigan, an executed convict who had donated his body to science. For the first time it was possible to view and interact with a whole human body via computer, which allowed unprecedented public access to the bodily interior.
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