The Google Body app that was shown off during the Honeycomb presentation last month has finally made its way onto the Android Market. If you’ve ever wanted to know what your body looks like, in a layer by layer tour of your skin down to your bones, this app is for you. The app that was specially released for Honeycomb tablets won’t run on older versions of Android, so you’ll need the Motorola Xoom to run this app (at least until other Honeycomb tablets hit the scene). It takes full advantage of the tablet’s powerful Tegra 2 processor to provide you with an accurate 3D representation of the entire human body. The app is available for free and can be downloaded from the Android Market now. Watch a video demonstration of Google Body in action after the break:
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