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Powers of Minus Ten

Explore the wonders of the human hand
3.11344099482557 of 5
(7)
Age Rating: 3+

Explore the Wonders of the Human Hand

Powers of Minus Ten lets you interact with the microscopic miracles of the human body! Discover some of the basic concepts in biology and learn about the structures of a few of the key cells, proteins, and molecules necessary for our daily survival.

Award-winning Educational iPad app now available for the Leap Motion Controller!

★ Best Serious Game at Unite in Amsterdam, Unity Technologies' annual conference
★ Finalist/Honorable mention Best Interactive Game, 2011 Science Visualization Challenge
★ Featured by Apple in the 2011 App Store Rewind under Best Educational App for iPhone
★ Featured by Apple under New & Noteworthy

POMT is...
  • A general introduction to the science behind cells and genetics
  • an ever-expanding visual guide to the microcosm (more content is constantly in the works)
  • a seamless zooming experience that emphasizes the interconnectedness of life's processes at different levels of magnification
  • developed to supplement late middle school to early high school introductory science curriculum

What's New

Version 1.9.9
The amazing POMT is now for the Leap Motion Controller!
  • Ability to zoom in with your hands
  • Ability to learn about things just by pointing
  • New scene featuring the Kinesin motor protein, created just for the Leap Motion edition

Ratings & Reviews

  • Stunning Graphics, Great content

    5 of 5
    by chetan – July 22, 2013

    Love this spin off of the famous Powers of Ten video from back in the day. I loved being able to fly through the human body learning about all the various structures along the way. So much more powerful to learn about biology in 3D.

    3 out of 5 customers found this review helpful


  • Cheap and interesting

    4 of 5
    by WillCarr – February 1, 2015

    This app has some great content for only £0.69, and I would really recommend it. Although lots of people seem to be complaining about the controls, I cannot see much of a problem with them. My only complaint would be that when I am looking at something sideways (by tilting my hand), it often starts to zoom out to the previous layer.

     


  • Not worth downloading, even for free.

    1 of 5
    by stevenmasso – July 30, 2013

    It's very slow, and the controls don't work properly. I just ended up using my mouse. It doesn't have much to offer.

    3 out of 3 customers found this review helpful


  • Nice idea but bad controls

    1 of 5
    by Deflator – July 30, 2013

    Love the idea of this app but the controls are horrible. Other apps I've tried (even free software) generally work better. Please fix it!

    3 out of 3 customers found this review helpful


  • Stunning Graphics, Great content

    5 of 5
    by chetan – July 22, 2013

    Love this spin off of the famous Powers of Ten video from back in the day. I loved being able to fly through the human body learning about all the various structures along the way. So much more powerful to learn about biology in 3D.

    3 out of 5 customers found this review helpful


  • Cool!

    5 of 5
    by ravenwing – July 21, 2013

    Fun app. Great for kids!

    2 out of 4 customers found this review helpful


  • Cheap and interesting

    4 of 5
    by WillCarr – February 1, 2015

    This app has some great content for only £0.69, and I would really recommend it. Although lots of people seem to be complaining about the controls, I cannot see much of a problem with them. My only complaint would be that when I am looking at something sideways (by tilting my hand), it often starts to zoom out to the previous layer.

     


  • A dud

    1 of 5
    by user-102084772 – July 24, 2013

    This one's pretty close to unusable, even with the controller set to precision. It becomes clearer and clearer to me that the pointing and clicking paradigm on a vertical *and* virtual surface doesn't really work - even if a satisfactory level of precision can be achieved (which is clearly not the case with "Powers of Minus Ten) the hands tire in minutes, and frustration ensues.

    10 out of 12 customers found this review helpful


  • Not worth downloading, even for free.

    1 of 5
    by stevenmasso – July 30, 2013

    It's very slow, and the controls don't work properly. I just ended up using my mouse. It doesn't have much to offer.

    3 out of 3 customers found this review helpful


Information
    Platform: Windows
    Version: 1.9.9
    Size: 55 MB
    Age Rating: 3+
System Requirements

Windows 7 or 8
Intel i3 2.4 GHz processor or equivalent
4GB RAM
175 MB of disk space