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MoleculAR is an Augmented Reality app that gives you the ability to visualize and interact with molecules. Point your device's camera at a MoleculAR structure in your lecture notes, and an interactive, 3-dimensional representation of that molecule will appear before your eyes!<br><br>You can interact with the molecule using touch:<br><br>1) Rotate - drag with one finger from the middle of the molecule.<br>2) Scale - pinch with two fingers from the middle of the molecule.<br>3) Move - drag with three fingers from the middle of the molecule.<br><br>Don't forget to move around and look at your molecules from different angles!<br><br>https://organicchemexplained.com/molecular-augmented-reality-app/<br><br>App Preview music credit: Royalty Free Music from Bensound.
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I was excited to try this app. After pointing the camera at numerous different molecules, I realized that it does nothing. The screen only shows the camera , no AR overlay at all. I hope that they make it actually work one day because it would be useful.
Quickly recognizes molecules. Easy to use. Multiple molecules. Would be good if the app could stop scanning the camera once a image is recognized. It would help especially on none iPad Pro tablets where the CPU isn't so fast. Would be good if the app could grab a pic from Photos.
Developed by Mark Coster.
MoleculAR Viewer is ranking in Education
Last update was at Jan 11, 2019and the current version is 0.6.
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MoleculAR Viewer have a 3a user reviews.
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