May 14th, 2010 | Friends | Categories: Inspiration | Tags: adobe, apple, banners |
The concept enables — in digital form — the immersive content experience magazines are known for, and allows new interactive features to stimulate reader engagement, including:
The workable screen design is formatted to 768×1024 so anything you design in the Photoshop file can easily be brought over to the SDK. Cheers T+L!
Approve our iPhone app please! A clever idea by F&B to get attention for an iPhone app they have developed for one of their clients – SVT, a TV station in Sweden. The app has not yet been approved by Apple for the app store, so they are petitioning for it to be accepted via this site.
From the Adobe labs blog:
‘Flash Professional CS5 will enable you to build applications for iPhone and iPod touch using ActionScript 3. These applications can be delivered to iPhone and iPod touch users through the Apple App Store.’
Adobe have posted some examples of iPhone apps built using the pre-release version of Flash CS5 here to check out.
P.S Flash not running on iPhone – Flash being compiled to run natively as apps on iPhone.
I don’t have to remind you which ad Apple is copying But still worth checking out since we never post banners much. Well executed, even if the concept was copied :
Having fun with everyone’s favourite fruit and what could have been via Newton Poetry
Awesome digital wall installation at Apple’s WDDC ’09 Conference. Live feed showing the activity of 20,000 popular apps in the app store. Each time an app is downloaded from the app store, it’s icon lights up on the wall. (There was a 5 min delay between store + wall)
What they used:
20 synchronized 30-inch Apple cinema HD displays.
20 Mac Pro towers running Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Programmed in Quartz Composer using new OpenCL APIs.
*UPDATE: Apple Hyperwall gets iSynthed by developers Andres Douglas and Greg Pascale. They took 273 photos of the App Wall and stitched them together using Photosynth.
Check out the iSynth of the Apple Hyperwall here!
(iSynth is a free app that you can download for your iPhone or iPod Touch from the app store. Watch the video below to see it in action)