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The Elements: A Visual Exploration
- All samples are now included as high resolution rotatable objects than can be pinch-zoomed to sharp, full-screen size even on a retina display
- full translations into over a dozen languages, including tables of names of the elements in each language
- Both English and Japanese versions of Tom Lehrer’s elements song
- full text search, and a feature to look at the elements sorted by various properties: Easily find the highest melting point, lowest density, etc.
English, British English, Catalan, German, Latin American Spanish, French, Korean, Croatian, Italian, Dutch, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Finnish, Simplified Chinese
Of all the periodic table apps, there is only one which Stephen Fry described as “Alone worth the price of an iPad!”. The Elements: A Visual Exploration is not a reference app, it is a rich and engaging love story of the periodic table, told in words and pictures, and allowing you to experience the beauty and fascination of the building blocks of our universe in a way youve never seen before.
The Elements is based on the internationally best-selling hard cover edition of The Elements by Theodore Gray, Popular Science Magazine’s Gray Matter columnist. But it goes way beyond what is possible on paper.
You start off at a living periodic table where every element is shown with a smoothly rotating sample. To read about tin, tap the tin soldier. To read about gold, tap the gold nugget. Immediately you see the sample filling nearly the entire screen, photographed to razor sharpness and rotating around a complete circle in front of your eyes. Beside that is a column of facts and figures, each of which can be tapped to bring up rich detail and current information through the embedded Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine.
Go to each elements second page and you find a fascinating story about the element, surrounded by carefully photographed objects representing it. Every one of these objects, well over 500 in total, is a freely rotatable, live object that you can examine from all sides and pinch zoom to see in unprecedented detail.
Touch the element name at the top of the page and you can see that element’s name in over a dozen different languages. Choose one and you’ll find that the entire book, stories, captions and all, switches to that language: The Elements includes both the full English original text and over a dozen full translations.
Pinch-zoom or tap any object to bring it up full screen, where you can split into a pair of stereo 3D images. Using inexpensive 3D glasses you can see all 500 objects pop off the screen in 3D, and you can spin the objects, in 3D, with the touch of a finger. You can’t get much more virtually real than that.
If you had a bad experience with chem class in school, this book is the antidote. If you or someone you know is afraid chemistry will be their most boring subject, this book will show them that there’s a lot more to the periodic table than a bunch of numbers and letters.
“The iPad’s splendor and power may be best shown by The Elements... it’s not like any ebook you’ve seen. The periodic table of elements comes to life.”
– USA Today
“Itʼs dazzling—it makes science feel like magic in your hands.”
– Xeni Jardin, Boing Boing
The full set of features includes:
• More than 500 stunningly photographed, high resolution, rotatable objects
• Detailed and current information from Wolfram|Alpha
• Beautifully composed pages for every Element in the periodic table
• Fun stories and fascinating facts
• All objects pinch-zoom with amazing detail and rotate in 3D
• Engaging introduction explaining the structure of the periodic table
• Fully translated into more than a dozen languages
About the author:
Theodore Gray is a best-selling author and writer of Popular Science Magazine’s Gray Matter column since 2003.
Praise for the Hardcover Edition:
“This glorious book is more than just a guide to the elements; it will fundamentally deepen your appreciation of the substances that make up our world.”
– Oliver Sacks, Author of Awakenings and Uncle Tungsten
“This is the element book that in style and content outshines all element books! The photographs are fantastic in their mod layout on black. In the accompanying short texts, in a few choice words, Gray sketches utility, delves into history, and isn’t afraid to make sharp comments about the world. My reaction: elemental delight.”
– Roald Hoffmann, writer and winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Very cool app but it is a HUGE memory hog. It takes up nearly 2 gb of storage! I wouldn't have purchased it if I had known the size of the app.
This would be a nice app if it worked, but please read everyone's comments carefully before buying so you don't become a sucker like me.
1. It crashes constantly and only sometimes that can be fixed by completely restarting your iPad.
2. It is very large - will be close to 2 gigs with updates. That's not a problem, but you should know that if you are concerned with free space.
3. It is NOT nearly as "beautiful" as many claim. In fact, for such a large footprint you would think the images would be crisper, more vibrant, or would transition better, but they are glorified web graphics that are grainy at times.
If it didn't crash constantly, it might be worth $5-$8, but $14 is too much and especially when for $14 you get an app that is unusable.
It's a great app..kids love it, I use it to demo the iPad...but...it crashes constantly. People actually laugh when I try to show it and all it does is crash. Even with the 4/14/2010 update it crashed on my in 15 seconds.
Don't buy until you hear from atop the mountains that a major revision has been done to stop the crashing.
I have the 16 GB iPad and I think it is ridiculous that the updates take out more GB every time there is an update. Wow, wish I bought the 32 GB
Ever since I updated this app, it crashes on launch. It used to be a great demo for the iPad. But no more. Really sad given all the hype it's gotten and the fact it was working in previous versions.
The concept for this app deserves an Oscar...
the developers however, need to get back to work. You simply cannot charge this amount of money and expect a high rating. Fix it now, I don't care if you have to stay up all night and all weekend. Pretty please?
It crashes every time I touch the home button, why the hell didn't the developers test it before putting it on apple store. I can't believe they are charging so much money for something that does not work. I want my money back. Can Apple stop selling applications that are CRAP. How will the developers feel, had I sent them fake money. I still can't believe I bought CRAP for 14$. It isn,t worth even 99 cents.
This is truly amazing, it's the future right on your iPad.
BUT! Mine tends to crash every time I press a subject, and it's quite annoying. See to fix this and it's a five star! 'Till then it's an unusable app...
All 17 gigabytes!?!?!?!? Really?!??!? Every update takes hours to update because the developers are lazy. Epic fail from the devs.
Why no portrait support? The principal design constraint offered by apple has been the damned that apps be orientation agnostic if at all possible. I can see how you mightn't want to do that on the menu screen, but the individual element screens seem like great opportunities.
Also, please consider dropping the 3d business or letting me click a box indicating that I don't plan to throw my money down that hole. I don't want to double tap a picture and be ushered into a gift shop style preview of what life might be like if only I had some cool shades.
Lastly, and this is minor because I suspect that it will be fixed shortly--the app crashes (I am using the revision w/ the new 117 info) when I attempt to swap landscape orientations. I am fine with fast updating effectively beta software, but the updates are gargantuan! I don't want to have to pull 3 updates a week for minor bug fixes if each download is 300MB. Just imagine users on 3G.
Unlike other reviews, I have not had a problem with crashing. The app is also very interesting and informative; makes me wish I had the app back in high school chemistry class. My three year old daughter also likes spinning the pictures.
My issues with the app are similar to others: The cost of this app is rather high and, after reading through all of the elements, I am not sure what to do with the app. The utility of this app, to me, is no more than a picture book to be read once and donated to a library or shared with a friend (although, how do you do that with an iPad app?). As others mentioned, the program only works in landscape mode. Lastly, even with a 64GB iPad, the size of this app is huge. For my money, the space is better used for songs, pictures of the kids, home videos, etc. Now that I've read through it once, I will probably not keep it on my iPad for much longer, which is unfortunate given the price I paid for it.
Lastly, while a somewhat minor complaint, in many respects I felt as though the author included too much bias and personal "chemical politics," if you will, in the text. I do not care if you think diamonds are over-priced or that using an incandescent light bulb is socially irresponsible. If I wanted someone's personal opinions on how mankind is destroying the environment, I would have called Al Gore. I purchased this app to learn facts and information about the elements themselves. The app provides these facts and tidbits in spades, mind you. Occasionally, I felt like the author was talking down to me, however, because I am a lowly non-chemist (despite my considerable education). This thought may be trivial, but it did affect my experience, which ultimately affected my rating as well.
Ultimately, I found the app to be very enjoyable the first time through. For many of the elements, I routinely found myself wishing the author would have provided even more information and tidbits of unique and interesting facts. It is also an app I use when showing people what my iPad can do (it is a very visually pleasing app). For the price, the physical size of the app, and the limited utility of the app for the average non-chemist (me), I would be torn as to whether or not I would have purchased the app in the first place if I knew all of this initially. Despite the visual "pop," at the end of the day, this is a glorified reference book with rotating pictures. I don't regret the purchase and found it to be an entertaining and engaging app. On hindsight, however, I am not sure if I would make the purchase again and will probably not keep the app on my iPad for much longer.
Great at first.
Now crash, crash, crash,
After update, the app goes from crashing occasionally to crashing all the time!
Please fix this.
Update: It turns out it just requires a reset. Problem solve, apparently.
Initially, I thought this was a very nice app. Pleasant to look at and fun to figure out what tapping on each thing does.
But now I wonder what the purpose of this app is. It seems like it's half coffee table book (with the glitzy video and images) and half dense, technical reference loaded with bazillions of tiny facts without any kind of context.
The only real context or instructional material is a 3-4 paragraph section on the second page (and it took me a while to figure out how to get to that second page, since the direction arrows at the bottom of the page look like they take you to the next or previous element). Yes, it's interesting, but I can't say that I've learned all that much.
Another thing: every time there's an update to the program--even for tiny bug fixes--you have to redownload 1+ GB of data, too. That may be Apple's fault, but they need to figure out a solution.
And for god's sake, put a Stop Animations button on it. After a while of exploring, the animations get old. Real old. Not to mention I'm sure it kills the battery.
This is how books should be made - interesting, witty and beautiful. It works fine in it latest version and even has the latest element (117) discovered earlier this month! Talk about up to date. Its worth getting the 3D specs from the authors website that add an additional level of interest for my kids.
1) Downloaded overnight.
2) Rebooted Ipad before starting this app.
-Haven't had a single problem. I've been playing with it, enjoying it, and learning with it steadily for three straight hours without a single glitch or hiccup. Even the "Thank You" section is fun reading!
Top of the line IPad app: 10 Stars!
-Don't complain about it's "size" if you're incapable of reading the "size" information included for every app directly below it's page icon.
-Get in the habit of 'rebooting' your IPad, IPhone, IPod et al ESPECIALLY after installing large apps and/or noticing glitches. I reboot once a week, it seriously doesn't take that much time, under a minute, and is 'healthy' for the machine, memory, processor etc.
I was having problems with Elements crashing whenever I tried to open it. Rebooting my iPad solved the problem. Now Elements works just like it did when I first installed it. Great application.
A superb demonstration of the potential of the iPad. If more books of this sort were of this quality, I'd be happy to shell out the (relatively) hefty price. But then again, compared To what the typical iBooks book is going for, offering nothing but static printed pages, Elements is a bargain.
Hoping this developer comes out with more titles!
My only criticisms of this app is that it does crash periodically. And I'd like to see a more interactive view of the periodic table itself that describes the various classes/groups of elements (rather than only taking you to the individual element pages).
I've been really enjoying this app. As a G. Chem student, it definitely helps bring to life the words in the textbook. And it's pretty fun to show people...with decent attention spans. It IS on the more expensive side, but personally I find that it's worth it.
As far as the persistent crashing is concerned, I too experienced the frustration. Especially after the update. However, I read some reviews about rebooting the iPad (by holding down the sleep/wake and home buttons), tried it for myself and...WALA, it's been rock solid since. Many thanks to the developers!