The Skeletal System Pro has featured in both US and European TV adverts for Apple's iPad. Watch Video
“Skeletal system app can help make great impression on patients.” Advance for Phisical Therapy & Rehab Medicine
“Overall, the entire suite of 3D4Medical anatomy apps are the best anatomy models we have seen yet, based on their accuracy, level of control, and video demonstrations. Ideal for health care students and possibly even for surgical preparation.” TopOrthoApps
It has also featured in the Mac Store's ‘Apps for College’ picks & in the iTunes Healthcare room - which is a small and focused collection of apps for healthcare professionals as selected by Apple
The Skeletal System Pro featured in iTunes Rewind 2011. The iTunes Rewind feature offer a look at what the company has judged to be the best music, movies, TV, apps, books & podcasts of the year.
The Skeletal System Pro received a silver award from the Web Health Awards in the “Mobile Applications: Patient Communication” category, June 2012.
Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine
The Skeletal System Pro III gives users an in depth look at the skeletal system allowing them to cut, zoom & rotate parts of the skeletal system as well as view animations, create notes, share screenshots and more. It is ideal for students, educators and professionals.
Well lots actually! Including a completely new interface, graphical hints, sound, a pen tool, media for pins, a brand new quiz format, layer transparency, colored maps and public notes on pins.
As well as still being able to rotate, zoom and get various views with the stroke of a finger users now have many other aids to navigate around the skeletal system - such as breadcrumb navigation, a hierarchical map and alternate viewing options on screen for selected area.
Users can slice skeletal areas with the simple stroke of a finger to get coronal, sagittal and transverse cut views (where available). These views are fully labelled.
Users can also add or remove up to 4 layers of connective tissue using the apps scalpel tool. And the 'mix layers' button can make one layer semitransparent, which is useful when comparing one layer against another layer
The bones of the skull and pelvis can be color mapped for ease of identification of areas.
As well as being able to view detailed information on pins, add notes and create custom pins users can now listen to sound and view additional images and / or animations for pins - this is one of the biggest changes to the skeletal system. The added sound feature allows you to hear the correct pronunciation of each and every label.
The public notes feature allows users to view & create public notes on pins
The new pen tool allows users to draw on any screen image and then share it through email, Facebook or Twitter - a great aid for both study and demonstration!
Choose between a multiple-choice quiz format or our new drag-and-drop quiz format.
If you are having difficulty using some of the features of the app then we suggest that you view the tutorial in the help section of your app, however if you still need help then you can browse through some FAQ on our support page or just get in contact.