понедельник, 14 мая 2012 г.

3D Molecules Edit just released!



NEW app "3D Molecules Edit" just released!



3D Molecules Edit is an abridged version of 3D Molecules Edit&Drill. It is a chemistry tool for building 3D molecule models from scratch. With this app users can easily assemble a model of any organic or inorganic compound using most of periodic table elements. There is also a “Rings” tool which makes it easy to build cyclic compounds. The application supports single, double and triple bonds. The model can be visualized in Stick style, Ball and Stick or Spacefill (CPK). At any moment users can get information about bonds length and symbols of chemical elements.


The key feature of 3D Molecules Edit&Drill full version is “Test yourself” mode. It allows learners to check their knowledge of chemical compounds and to receive feedback. Users can unlock the full version with “Test yourself” mode from within 3D Molecules Edit. In this mode learners get a list of organic and inorganic compounds and can build their own models. There is a self-check feature available at any moment of molecule building. If the model is not correct a user can refer to a hint which contains information about missing or extra atoms and bonds in a molecule. Application feedback is very important for learners when learning chemical compounds.

When you have finished building your molecule you can either save the model or e-mail it. The model can also be opened directly from e-mail.

The app contains a step-by-step instruction of molecule model building and deletion procedure as well as the names and meanings of all interface elements. 




Try it for only $1.99! http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/3d-molecules-edit/id523103617?l=ru&ls=1&mt=8


пятница, 4 мая 2012 г.

3D Molecules Edit&Drill version 1.2

Tutorial for 3D Molecules Edit&Drill was included into the app in version 1.2.

3D Molecules Edit&Drill version 1.1

What's new in version 1.1?
1. Hints for "Test yourself" mode was added. Now you can find out what's going wrong with the builded molecule.
2. Export to VRML format for builded molecule was added
3. Performance improvements were implemented.

3D Molecules Edit&Drill. Trailer



3D Molecules Edit&Drill is geared to build 3D molecule models from scratch. Using 3D Molecules Edit&Drill you can assemble model of any organic or inorganic compound.
The key feature of 3D Molecules Edit&Drill "Test yourself" mode allowing learners to check their knowledge of chemistry and chemical compounds. The created 3D molecule model can be sent by e-mail.

3D Molecules Edit&Drill

3D Molecules Edit&Drill is a chemistry tool for iPad geared to build 3D molecule models from scratch.

With this app users can easily assemble model of any organic or inorganic compound using most of periodic table elements. There are also tool “Rings” which make it easy to build cyclic compounds. The application supports single, double and triple bonds. The model can be visualized in Stick style, Ball and Stick or Spacefill (CPK). At any moment users can get information about bonds length and symbols of chemical elements.

The key feature of 3D Molecules Edit&Drill is “Test yourself” mode allows learners to check their knowledge of chemical compounds and to receive feedback. Learners get a list of organic and inorganic compounds and can build their own models to check how well they learnt the material. Application feedback is very important for learners when learning chemical compounds.

When you have finished building your molecule you can either save the model or sent by e-mail. Model can also be opened directly from e-mail.


Main features:
·        “Test yourself” mode meant for constructing target chemical compounds.
·        Visualization of Stick style, Ball and Stick, Spacefill (CPK) models.
·        Support of single, double and triple bonds.
·        Building molecule models of cyclic compounds.
·        Visualization of atomic orbitals and electron effects.
·        Availability of information about the bond length and chemical element symbols in the molecule.
·        Bond-angle optimization.
·        Save-and-send feature to forward the created model by e-mail.
·        Opening the molecule file attachments directly from e-mail.