MONTRÉAL — Development company MARA3D, Inc. (www.mara3d.com) has released its first artist-based mobile reference application: MARA3D: David Giraud Male Anatomy.
The mobile app introduces artists to a revolutionary new way of referencing and interacting with 3D human anatomy models. By offering multiple poses, layers of detail and viewing angles, MARA3D makes finding an artistic perspective, angle, and shading reference fast and easy.
MARA3D is available now for Apple iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad on the Apple iTunes App Store for $3.99. Support for other mobile OS platforms, including Android, is near completion, and expected for release in early 2012.
Key features include realtime dynamic lighting, multiple poses, grid overlay, saved views, full 3D gesture-based interaction, and the ability to view and study subjects from any angle in skin, grey-scale musculature-view, color musculature-view, and silhouette modes. All models featured are the original artwork and artist representation of the male human anatomy by David Giraud. A complimentary female hybrid model is included as a free preview for a forthcoming Female Anatomy MARA3D app by David Giraud.