3D4Medical was today awarded a prestigious Apple Design Award for its flagship application Complete Anatomy. Recognising technical excellence, outstanding design and innovation, the hand-picked recipients of the Apple Design Awards are chosen from over two million apps available across iOS and macOS, and are presented as part of the Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco.
This is the latest in a string of awards for Complete Anatomy, including being part of Apple’s ‘Best of 2015’ selection on the App Store. The application was also featured as part of Apple’s Keynote in September 2015, watched by approximately 40 million people.
Complete Anatomy is transforming medical learning across the globe, with ground-breaking 3D technology allowing for greater exploration and visualisation of the anatomy than ever before, along with revolutionary sharing features. Since launching in November 2015, Complete Anatomy has topped the App Store medical category charts in 82 countries, including the United States. Version 2.0 of the application was released in May 2016, adding brand new Lectures content that allows users to access and explore guided lessons from a former Stanford University professor on a variety of anatomical topics using the 3D technology and tools included in the application.
John Moore, CEO of 3D4Medical, said ‘Complete Anatomy receiving an Apple Design Award is validation of how our technology will continue to disrupt the medical education market. The recognition of Complete Anatomy as an industry leader in design and innovation strengthens our position as we continue to grow rapidly within medical education, and soon into medical practice.’
Complete Anatomy is available on the App Store, and is compatible with iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, and iPad Pro. New users can download and try the Skeleton and Connective Tissues Systems for free, with an in-app purchase granting access to all other content.