Google Lets You Browse the Human Body Move over Google Maps: New app all about anatomy By Nick McMaster, Newser Staff Posted Dec 17, 2010 2:35 PM CST 6 comments Comments Body Browser. (Google) (Newser) – First, it took on land. Then it took on the oceans. Now Google has set its sights on a new target: the human body. Its "Body Browser" lets users explore the human body, layer by layer, with any WebGL-enabled browser (Chrome 9 beta or Firefox 4 beta). You can peel back skin, nerves, and muscle to reveal bones and viscera by sheer exploration, or one can search, in true Google fashion, for a specific body part. The WebGL format also means that it is universal for HTML5-enabled browsers—no Java or Flash plug-ins required. Click to get a taste of the Body Browser.