The open source Blender software has a GNU General Public License (GPL, or “free software”). The GNU General Public License guarantees freedom of action. The GPL strictly aims to protect these freedoms. This license gives people a number of freedoms: Free use of Blender for all purposes; Free distribution of Blender; Free change and modification of Blender; Allows distribution of modified versions of Blender. The Blender Foundation (which freely distributes the software and takes care of the promotion of the new released versions of the Blender) and its projects at blender.org are committed to keeping Blender free of charge. Blender software is multifunctional software based on Python programming language. According to the information provided on the official website of the software, it includes the following features: rendering, modeling, sculpting, animation & rigging, story artist, VFX, simulation, pipeline, video editing, scripting and customize interface. Through the software it is possible to create geometric meshes, curves and surface directly in the three-dimensional digital space. The polygonal-mesh geometry consists of faces, vertices and edges. Due to the high efficiency of the obtained three-dimensional polygonal mesh of the developed 3D models, Blender is used for both conventional and parametric modeling, through the main functionalities of the software and through additional specialized add-on applications. This became the main basis for the application of software for the development of 3D bioengineering and ergonomic models.

Application in Healtcare

For the needs of healthcare, high-quality add-ons in the following areas are available for use completely free of charge:

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  • Windows
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  • Advanced simulation effects
  • Real-time previews
  • Supports Entire Pipeline
  • Various Rendering Options
  • Regularly Updated