There are many ways to customize your models in Human Studio, and the toolbar is essential to this process.
To the right of the toolbar, Undo and Redo buttons allow you undo or redo an action you've taken.
Select mode enables you to select one or more anatomical structures so you can 1) visualize exactly where the structures begin and end, 2) understand how the structures are organized within the systems and regions of the body, and/or 3) perform actions on the structures, such as paint.
In Select mode, clicking on an anatomical structure in your 3D model will highlight the structure in the model itself and will also highlight the associated structure in the Anatomy Tree. (Likewise, clicking on a structure or group of structures in the Anatomy Tree will highlight the structure(s) in the 3D model.)
Hide mode enables you to hide one or more anatomical structures from view so you can 1) see structures otherwise hidden from view and/or 2) focus on only the anatomy you wish to see in your model.
When you select Hide in the toolbar, you'll see the cursor switch to a Hide icon .
To restore structures you've hidden, click Undo on the far right side of the toolbar. You can also re-hide the same structures again by clicking the Redo button .
In Label mode, clicking on an anatomical structure will add a label to that structure. When you select Label in the toolbar, you'll see the cursor switch to a Label icon .
Click here for more on how labels work in Human Studio.
In Paint mode, you can apply colors and visual effects to one or more anatomical structures in your 3D model. When you select Paint in the toolbar, you'll see the cursor switch to a Paint icon .
You can then select a color or effect in the palette in the right panel and click on each structure in the 3D model that you want to change.
When you're in any mode, you can use the Undo or Redo buttons to easily undo or redo an action you've taken.