Molecular glyphs on MolSync.com

molsync_glyphThe molsync.com sharing page has a new feature, as shown on the screenshot to the right (click on it to see the live version): there’s now a black hexagon with a grid pattern in the middle, which is a molecular recognition glyph designed to work with the Living Molecules app. The simplest way to describe it is that it’s a molecular QR code, suitable for inclusion on posters or various other documents. The content can be accessed by using the Living Molecules app to “snap” the glyph, after which it continues on to download the data and make it available for viewing, storing and exporting.

The app has been submitted to the iTunes AppStore, so with any luck, it will be available for download (free) in a week or so!

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