Posts Tagged "ipad"

March 9, 2011

LetterMpress: Letterpress on Your iPad

LetterMpress is a will be a virtual letterpress environment (application), released first on the iPad that will allow anyone to create authentic-looking letterpress designs and prints. The creators  intend to introduce a service where a user can have their LetterMpress designs turned into authentic letterpress prints. They are hoping creatives will donate some coin to the cause and help make this happen. Peeps that donate $10 bucks or more receive a promo-code to download the app (when released), a print press thank you card and your name on their site. Though nothing can really capture the raw awesomeness and magical process of the real thing, this is a good step forward.

Read the rest of this entry »

0 comments

September 15, 2010

Making Future Magic


Holy crap this is cool.  Dentsu London has been experimenting with the iPad and extruded type to create 3D looking words and shapes. At about 3 minutes in, it really starts getting nuts. They begin to create more stop motion looking animations using geometric shapes. This is the video school tech geek cousin of  Light Painting and I look forward to seeing where Dentsu London takes it next.

Read the rest of this entry »

0 comments