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Friday, 03 September 2010 / Published in In the News
Pocket Body, launched on 01 September 2010, has enjoyed a successful entry into the medical apps category on the Apple iTunes Apps Store. Early sales has Pocket Body featuring in the top 10 medical applications across a number of countries and as the top selling medical app on the Ireland iTunes listing. Thank you for
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Wednesday, 01 September 2010 / Published in App Updates
Pocket Anatomy was unveiled today – an Apple Application designed to assist busy medical and health care students learn clinically relevant human musculoskeletal anatomy and assist these students prepare for, and be successful in, their human anatomy examinations. Pocket Anatomy: What a Piece of Work is Man! from PocketAnatomy on Vimeo. Pocket Anatomy has launched
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Saturday, 28 August 2010 / Published in In the News
Pocket Heart – the First 3D Human Anatomy App developed for the iPad has been selected as the #1 “New & Noteworthy” app on Apple’s iTunes App Store. A Top 10 app in the Medical apps category, Pocket Heart assists students in their human anatomy studies and exam preparation and supports coronary care professionals in
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Thursday, 15 July 2010 / Published in In the News
Software developers are producing useful smartphone apps that can do anything from explaining how the heart works to the secrets of the solar system, writes HUMPHREY JONES. THE DEVELOPMENT of Apple’s iPhone has revolutionised our perception of the mobile phone. But how can it help us learn more about science? Look no further than your
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Monday, 08 February 2010 / Published in In the News
Text extract: “Popular Apps clockwise from top left: Apple iPhone’s Word Fu application; reading Facebook’s app on a smartphone powered by Google Android; eMedia’s Pocket Heart; Lonely Planet’s City Guide, and a mobile app developed by MobaNode for Caherconnell Stone Fort in Co. Clare.” Source: Irish Times Many thanks to Karlin Lillington in the Irish
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Saturday, 06 February 2010 / Published in In the News
Full Text: Appy Hearts: Galway company’s iPhone app generates sales and PR in international markets. Galway company eMedia has developed the Pocket Heart – an iPhone application, enabling users to drill down and see the visuals and workings of the human heart. The device has been piloted with 16 to 18 years olds – in
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 / Published in In the News
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 / Published in In the News
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 / Published in In the News
Learning Biology with a pocket heart: At Colaiste Iognaid in Galway, teachers are encouraged to use new technologies to enliven the curriculum. In the biology Leaving Cert class, for example teacher Clodagh Mitchell uses Pocket Heart, a novel computer ‘app’ that teaches how the human heart works through interactive 3D graphics. Developed by Irish company
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 / Published in Awards
Years ago, Irish families ate lamb’s heart on a regular basis (as well as cow’s tongue, kidney, liver and a host of other goodies). Today such a notion seems preposterous. Kids, therefore, have no idea what a heart actually looks like. For them – and for medical students, Irish-based developer eMedia has come up with
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