"3D object editor specifically designed for the human anatomy."
If you work in medical research and, as part of that research you need to simulate something complex from within the human body, you need a pretty specialized piece of kit. Luckily for you they created this SOFA 1.0. As you may be able to gather by now, SOFA 1.0 (Simulation Open Framework Architecture) is an editor for working on 3D objects specifically designed for observing the interior and exterior of the human anatomy.
With SOFA 1.0 you can create complex, evolving simulations, add new algorithms as you go, modify most parameters (like deformable behavior, surface representation, solver, constraints, etc) build complex models from simple ones, simulate the dynamics of objects when they interact, reuse models and methods, etc. it can be configured and adjusted in so many ways in order or you to develop the simulation you need. There are a range of parameters available to enable you to create the settings you need.
SOFA 1.0 can be used by medical professionals and also by university professors who teach anatomy, with practical 3D examples.