AnthroSources is a collection of databases, visual access resouces and other resource material for anthropometry (the science of human measurement) professionals and standards developers in the anthropometry community. The primary resources are AnthroKids a freely available data collection of the only survey of anthropometric measurements of children ever taken in the United States and AnthroGloss (head and body) a VRML based 3D access mechanism for anthropometric landmark names.

AnthroSources is a product of the Visualization and Usability Group, Information Access Division, Information Technology Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology and is partially funded by the SIMA program.

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Project Manager: Sandy Ressler

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