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Thursday, 08 October 2009 / Published in In the News
by CLAIRE O’CONNELL TECH-SAVVY students and doctors no longer wear their hearts on their sleeves it seems, but on their phones instead. A new downloadable “Pocket Heart” application (or “app”) offers a three-dimensional instructional image of a beating heart complete with blood vessels and valves, as well as information about how to keep it all
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Friday, 02 October 2009 / Published in Awards
The Irish Times Technology Editor for the Business supplement recommended the Pocket Heart iPhone App as their team’s ‘DOWNLOAD’ this week. Full feature below. Many thanks! The Pocket Anatomy Team. DOWNLOAD Holding your Pocket Heart in your hand THE IPHONE and iPod Touch are not just for entertainment as the release of what is claimed
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Friday, 02 October 2009 / Published in In the News
Marie Boran in The Gadget Republic wrote the following feature on the Pocket Heart App for the Irish Times Silicon Republic online Technology journal. Many thanks Marie. The Pocket Anatomy Team Galway firm brings first 3-D medical app to iPhone A 3-D iPhone application, allowing the user to rotate, zoom and navigate their way through
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Friday, 02 October 2009 / Published in In the News
Our friends in MedGadget were very enthusiastic in responding to our call to review the latest iPhone App to be released by Pocket Anatomy. Thanks guys! Full article below: Pocket Heart, A Cardiac Anatomy Learning Tool for iPhone eMedia Interactive Ltd. out of Galway, Ireland has released an iPhone app to help learn the anatomy
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Sunday, 27 September 2009 / Published in In the News
MP3 of Show: Many thanks to John Murray and all the team at The Business for giving our Pocket Heart a mention. Congrats to Dermot Daly, Damian O Suilleabhain, and Paul Reilly who were interviewed. The interview profiled many new iPhone Applications developed by Irish development companies, Irish hobbyists, or Apps relevant to Ireland –
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Wednesday, 23 September 2009 / Published in App Updates
From all the Team at Pocket Anatomy, welcome to the first 3D anatomy application for the iPhone. Originally conceived in January 2009, the development of this project didn’t take place until this summer, and has been officially accepted by Apple today (Wednesday 23rd September). It’s been an exciting and challenging journey so far, and we
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