BoneLab helps users better understand the human body, specifically the skeletal system. With its 3D view and flexibility this program has very few flaws.
The interface of this program is simple enough that novice users will find their way around quickly. The three-dimensional skeleton is front and center and its view easily changed. The program's information is balanced by a series of tabs. Most users will not need the online Help file, however, because its depth will help clarify a lot. Users can choose a part of the body to look closer by navigating through the tab listing the specific areas of the human body. Users can also utilize a search function to find a specific bone or part of the body. The 3D skeleton is the highlight of this program. It's a well-drawn collection of bones that users can rotate for any view they choose by simply clicking and dragging their mouse. The different bones are listed and can be clicked on to add notes for yourself. One word of caution: if you accidentally change a bone's name, it does not return. The program's function is so dynamic that it does not offer any special features. One we would have liked to see is a way to zoom in our view to look at a bone's intricacy.
With a fantastic 3D view and simple navigation, BoneLab is a great freeware program that will help users study the human body.