BoneBox Skull Viewer is an educational application designed for medical students and teachers. The program gives you access to a quality 3D representation of the human skull which comes in handy when preparing for an exam or a lecture.
Its interface is nicely-designed and intuitive, so any Mac user can easily handle the utility. You can rotate the 3D representation at any angle you like, zoom in or out the animation, choose between various view modes, and change the app's theme if necessary.
The program also offers you the names of all human skull components. You just need to click the Labels button, select an area from the animation, and the app will display the name of the element.
Another advantage is that you can draw over the 3D animation and add your own pins with descriptions.
I tested many utilities from this developer and I noticed that most of them offered an option to take a quiz (the animation's components were scrambled on the main window of the interface and you had to guess their names). Unfortunately, BoneBox Skull Viewer doesn't offer you a test.
In conclusion, BoneBox Skull Viewer comes in handy to anyone who's studying the human skull. The app is simple to use, offers you useful features, and is free. So, I think it's worth a try.