"The camera is one of those apps on the iPad that we sometimes take for granted. We forget it is there or don’t always use it to its full potential in the classroom. This week I am presenting at iPadU: Slide to Unlock Learning, and I wanted to highlight some of the many ways that you could use the iPad camera, so I put some ideas together and added some I had seen on the web or learned from others. The result? iPadography: Photo Projects for the iPad Classroom.
So, if you are looking for ideas for using the iPad camera in the classroom, take a look at some of the slides below, and feel free to share it with others who might be interested!"
"There are literally dozens of night vision apps in the App Store, all designed to let your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch see better in the dark. The developer of the Night Vision app (US$3.99) says that he's developed some complex algorithms over the last two years to let your camera perform much better in a very dark room."
"Recording and capturing the screen of an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch while in use is infinitely helpful for education, teaching, instructional guides, and what we do here at OSXDaily. If you’ve ever wondered how to record the screen of an iOS device you’ll find there are a variety of options out there, but one of the best solutions is an app named Reflector. Cross platform compatible, Reflector allows iOS device screens to be mirrored directly onto a computer screen through AirPlay, plus it’s loaded with easy screen recording abilities with a video export option, and allows for some alternate uses like live streams over the web and even audio streaming if video isn’t needed. For this article, we’re focusing on the screen recording ability of Reflector though, which is extremely easy to use."
Enhance your sharing experience. Add your personal touch to your iPhone's videos by actually reacting on screen to what your iPhone captures, and then share them by mail, or upload them to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Create additional value by juxtaposing contrasting videos, by turning onscreen reporter of your filmed experiences, by adding a teacher's talking head to a written blackboard, and much much more.
Whether you're learning a language for the very first time or just want to brush up, these are the very best language learning apps for iPhone and iPad! Looking for the best iPhone apps and Best iPad apps to help you learn a new language? No matter what language you want to learn, there are hundreds of options available in the App Store. Whether you're getting ready to travel the...
In this article, we’ll be reviewing my top 10 iPhone and iPad apps for photographers. Smartphone and tablets also connect photographers to an expanding world of applications specifically designed to improve photography.
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It’d be impossible to gauge the impact of the iPhone on our modern lives in a short article; in my case, the iPhone has simply enabled me to be more productive, more connected, and more entertained anywhere, at any time. I’ve stayed in touch with friends who live overseas while I was buying groceries; I use the iPhone every morning when I sip my first espresso to catch up on Twitter and RSS; I’ve even read articles holding the iPhone with one hand while my right arm was busy with one of these machines for 8 hours straight (it’s not fun but they work, so I don’t complain). It’s a sum of incremental, daily life enhancements and memorable, I-can’t-believe-this-is-possible-on-a-phone moments that, together, have made the iPhone the perfect digital companion. For work and play, productivity and entertainment, business and leisure.
In a market flogged with social networking apps, Video chat is a killer weapon that you can wield to ace your rivals on the App store in one go. According to study, 93% of human interactions happen through visual interface.
What the hack. Need to chat face-to-face doesn’t need statistical justification. But how do they work? The question is more of design than of technical implementation in a world full of third parties. If you are scared of the word mammoth, you need to live with it because that’s the name of beast we are dealing with.