- Choose the effects of smoking, increased weight/obesity, or sun exposure that you want to see while aging
- Compare and contrast to aging without these effects
- An effective tool in health education, research and lifestyle programs
What our customers say:
The APRIL Visualization software for face and body reveals profound information about a person in an instant - I call it "Memory of the Future." The startling yet delightful effect teaches you more about the meaning of time for a human being than any amount of more technical information.”
Hooley McLaughlin, Ph.D.
Chief Science Officer
Vice President, Science Experience
Ontario Science Centre
“Aprilage always creates a buzz when we take it to schools and community events. Young people care about their appearance and they remember this personal demonstration of how smoking will affect them.”
Director, Task Force for Tobacco-Free Women and Girls
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
The original version of the APRIL® software was developed for use in science exhibits in collaboration with the Ontario Science Centre and assistance from the National Research Council of Canada. Since 1999, the software has been displayed at many Science Museums across North America.
The Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY was instrumental in helping develop the first version of APRIL®. They are currently using the program as part of its "Task Force for Smoke Free Women and Girls" to inform teenage girls about one of the physical effects of smoking. Along with Roswell Park, the APRIL® Visualization software for face and body is currently being used by many anti-smoking and substance abuse programs all over the world.