Pocket Anatomy was created in 2009 by eMedia (Ireland) and is a range of medical education applications for mobile devices such as the iPhone. One of its apps is “Pocket Heart”, which visualises how the human heart works in 3D. It features an animated and interactive 3D model of the heart with all of it component parts labelled and detailed. You can discover how each component part works itself and in relation to the rest of the organ, you can manipulate the 3D images and you can test yourself with quizzes.
About the MEDEA2020 Project
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The MEDEA Organising Committee submitted a proposal to the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP), Key Activity 4 (Dissemination and exploitation of results of the programme) which was approved in 2010. This proposal for a project entitled "MEDEA2020" builds on and further exploits the work of the MEDEA Awards. MEDEA2020 will expand the reach of the awards to include Italian, Spanish and Polish speaking practitioners. MEDEA2020 will also organise a series of workshops in educational media production in France, Italy, Spain, Poland and Ireland. Finally the new project will support the organisation of an annual large international conference on Media & Learning.
This project is funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
You can visit the MEDEA2020 website on www.medea2020.eu.
For information on MEDEA:EU, the previous European Commission funded project related to the MEDEA Awards, visit the MEDEA:EU page.