Composite iPad App Allos User to Paint Using Web Cam

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: • References: vimeo & creativeapplications.net
The Composite iPad app by James Alliban is a brilliant piece of software that allows users to paint using the tablet's web cam. The app is called Composite because it gives the user the ability to remix their surroundings into new creations.

The Composite iPad app also lets users easily share their creations with their social networks by linking directly to them. The app comes with a variety of controls so that you can edit and create some marvelous images. The app is available for purchase in the iTunes store.

Implications - Tablets have captured the imaginations of consumers everywhere due to their ability to take the strengths of many devices and integrate them into one handy gadget. Thus, there currently exists a tremendous opportunity to design unique experiences for tablets as they represent the newest and most popular platform for leisure digital activity.

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