Take a look at this 2 minute TED Talk introducing Popcorn Maker.
"Our intent with Popcorn Maker is to have video work more like the web. So in the same sense that a Wikipedia article, for instance, is created by many users, we're exploring how video can become a "1st class citizen of the web" - mashable and remixable in the ways that we've taken for granted with services like Google Maps, Youtube or flickr." Brett Gaylor - Director, Mozilla Popcorn.
The iPad may be an unexpected platform for making art with paper, but the folks at Pixle are betting there are people who want to use their iPad for creation. That's why they made Foldify, a simple, easy-to-use app for creating papercraft art.
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