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May 2015

April 2015

edjing and edjing Pro | Mix your songs anywhere, anytime!

by sbrothier
No more waste of time. Only mixing. edjing introduces the “Gobal Search”. Search on multiple music catalogues at once to find the song you want to mix in one click. The new edjing also comes with a “Current Playlist” feature to help you manage the tracks you want to play.

Speakeasy Cocktails: Learn from the Modern Mixologists - Betterbook

by sbrothier
Making the perfect cocktail requires the perfect mix of art, video, and old-fashioned storytelling. In Speakeasy Cocktails, two of the world's top bartenders reveal their best-kept secrets through video tutorials, instructional graphics, and hundreds of interactive recipes.

March 2015

Astropad - Transform your iPad into a professional graphics tablet

by sbrothier, 2 comments
YOUR IPAD AS A PROFESSIONAL GRAPHICS TABLET Use the Mac creative tools you know & love, like Photoshop, with the touch experience of your iPad

February 2015

January 2015

XXIIVV ∴ Oquonie

by gregg
Oquonie is a iOS puzzle game for iPad and iPhone created in collaboration with illustrator Rekka Bellum where you must find your way across an intertwined megastructure. You will not be alone, your incarnations will have the help of bizaroid characters speaking an obscure language.

PRY

by gregg
Six years ago, James – a demolition expert – returned from the Gulf War. Explore James’ mind as his vision fails and his past collides with his present. PRY is a book without borders: a hybrid of cinema, gaming, and text.

December 2014

inkle - 80 Days

by gregg
Phileas Fogg has wagered he can circumnavigate the globe. Hundreds of journeys, thousands of routes. Travel by steamer, express train, airship, hover-car, hydrofoil, gyrocopter, camel, horse-back, hot-air balloon... Can you make it in 80 Days?

D'iOS à Android : la CNIL déplore l'indiscrétion des apps mobiles

by dzc
iOS, Android : un traitement égal [ pour Android ] ce sont bien les données de géolocalisation qui restent les plus prisées : elles sont les plus collectées en volume (plus de 30 % des événements détectés). Ce qui surprend la CNIL, c’est la fréquence des accès : toutes les minutes en moyenne pour une application de réseau social… et plus d’un million de fois en trois mois pour le Play Store de Google. Les informations de géolocalisation sont parfois collectées via d’autres méthodes, comme la consultation des points d’accès Wi-Fi situés à proximité du smartphone. A noter que 17 % des applications accèdent aussi au carnet d’adresses ; 3 %, au calendrier ; 6 %, au numéro de téléphone. Des éléments à mettre en parallèle avec ceux relevés sur iOS entre novembre 2012 et janvier 2014 : 46 % des applications avaient accédé à l’identifiant de l’iPhone ; 31 %, à la géolocalisation ; 8 %, aux listes de contacts ; 2 %, à l’agenda.

November 2014

October 2014

Dark Sky for iPhone and iPad

by sbrothier
Dark Sky uses state-of-the-art technology to predict when it will rain or snow — down to the minute — at your exact location, and presents it to you alongside the most beautiful weather visualizations you’ve ever seen. Download Dark Sky for iPhone and iPad today.

September 2014

August 2014

Our Apps | Pixite Apps

by sbrothier
Hi. We’re Pixite®. We make amazing photo apps for iPhones and iPads. You can read our blog or follow us on twitter.

July 2014

Thomas Was Alone

by gregg
Guidez un groupe de rectangles au travers d'un série d'obstacles, en faisant usage de leurs différents talents ensemble pour arriver à la fin de chaque environnement.

June 2014

StopMo Studio - Office national du film du Canada

by sbrothier
Réalisez facilement des films d’animation image par image L’application StopMo Studio de l’ONF vous permet de réaliser des films d’animation image par image les yeux fermés... ou presque. C’est facile et complet. En quelques minutes vous pouvez réaliser votre propre film et le partager avec vos amis.

May 2014

'Pinch' connects multiple smartphones and tablets together to make a display | The Verge

by sbrothier
Not content with synchronizing your phones to make one giant speaker? Researchers at the Tokyo University of Technology have developed "Pinch," an interface that lets you connect multiple devices together to form a giant disjointed display. Although the technology behind the interface remains a mystery — described only as a Wi-Fi based system — a video posted by DigInfo TV shows Pinch in action. To connect two devices, a user simply needs to pinch two adjacent screens together. The screens can be linked together in whatever alignment you choose, as the position and screen size of each display is communicated on a successful pinch. It's not the first time developers have managed to link together multiple smartphone displays, but this is definitely the slickest interface we've seen.

Daring Fireball: Mark Gurman: Split-Screen iPad Multitasking in iOS 8

by night.kame

It’s not easy at all to implement such a feature without losing the wonderful can’t get lost/can’t get confused about where you are or how you got there simplicity of the iPad today.

Claim chowder : visiblement Gruber n'utilise pas d'iPad.

Parrot Introduces Oculus Rift-Enabled Drone

by sbrothier
The Bebop is tricked out with an HD video camera, built-in GPS, an array of image-stabilizing sensors and Oculus Rift compatibility.

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