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Want to make video games? Awesome! First, just learn to code and then get ready for a lot of hard work.
Or maybe not. Pixel Press wants to let anyone of any age create their own video game levels with just a pencil, graph paper, and an iPad or iPhone.
Players simply design their level by hand, creating any traps or obstacles they want the avatar to surmount while climbing five stories and reaching the goal. Pixel Press uses proprietary character recognition to allow the iPad's camera to pick up the sketches and convert them to graphic elements in the level. Then the creator has to test the level, refine it and add skins to make it look like a polished game.
"If you love to keep your apps organized, we have a great tip for you today. By going to Settings -> General -> Reset -> Reset Home Screen Layout, your iPad will not only reorganize all stock apps to their default positions, but also organize all non-stock apps in alphabetical order."
Every day, iOSnoopsbrings you the best deals available for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. We scour the App Store so you don’t have to, finding the most exciting deals and new apps for your device. We take getting a bargain seriously, and then share what we find with you.
Back in 2010, iOSnoops started as a couple of friends hunting for good deals on their favorite apps, and then sharing that information to more friends on the iOSnoops website. Since then, we have filtered through hundreds of thousands of apps, and have saved our readers quite a bit of money. We love getting great deals on really cool apps, and we want to share.
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UC Irvine’s pioneering medical school program put an iPad loaded with books, apps and notes covering the first year of curriculum in the hands of 104 incoming medical students a few months after Apple debuted the devices in 2010.
Apple last week singled out UC Irvine’s trailblazing iMedEd Initiative as a distinguished program for its use of the company’s tablets. In addition, the medical school announced a 23 percent increase in scores, on average, on the initial test for a medical license taken by the first class to get iPads.