Molecule 3D

Molecule 3D

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"Molecule 3D" is a Molecular Viewer, showing 3D structure of molecules in different stereo modes.

Do you want to see different molecules such as adrenaline, cocaine, amino acids and etc. with real 3D stereoscopic mode?
With "Molecule 3D" you can look at them with several 3D stereoscopic modes: Anaglyth, Side by Side and Mirror separated.
"Molecule 3D" helps you to understand space structure of complex molecules.
For Anaglyph stereoscopic mode you must have Anaglyph stereo glasses having red/green-blue color division.
Some people can see stereoscopic image without special glasses using Side by Side or Mirror separated mode.
You can simply open any file in PDB(protein Data Bank) format or choose some molecules in the available list and interact with it by simple standard touch control.
File browser shows files only with *.pdb, *.ent, *.txt extensions and only not empty directories.
Interleaved stereoscopic mode for HTC Evo 3D mobile phone is supported. It is automatically detected and added in stereo mode list.
Some basic control features:
- main menu is called by clicking on the title of the main window(where molecule is displayed) or by context menu;
- grouping, search are available by context menu in the "Molecule List" window.
Some available functions:
- Opening molecules from existing database list or from file in PDB or SDF format.
- Groupping, search and sorting are available by context menu in the "Molecule List" window.
- Show molecules in different stereo modes, view modes.
- Tuning of colors.
- Creating wallpaper, screenshots.

Recently changed in this version

- Creating wallpaper/screenshots are available now.


Comments and ratings for Molecule 3D
  • (43 stars)

    by asmaa Abu hamam on 10/05/2015

    Very helpful app

  • (43 stars)

    by Hasan Hallavy on 25/02/2015

    Good work. But the file explorer doesn't display internal memory

  • (43 stars)

    by Alice Lively on 24/09/2014

    So many moculars cannot be seen! Methane, Naphthalene for example. Plizz fix it!