iPad App Review: Art in Motion

August 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Games, iPad, Reviews

Imagine painting beautiful artwork and setting it to motion. You start with creating a scene, the interactive “painting” that you play with. Instead of painting landscapes or portraits, you add orbs that contain their own unique properties. These orbs are colorful circles that you can edit, from color, to movement, to size and elasticity. So customize away! The magic happens when your fingers touch the screen.

See the demo and read the rest of the review on GeekBeat.TV.

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