Recently Tagged 02/22/2011

  • tags: algebra math tutorial

  • a way to hack the iPad so that it displayed the iPad’s entire interface (as this was something we intended to show to our audience) via a standard projector connection rather than Elmo, we’d be ahead of the game. I discovered that alternative in the form of a jailbroken iPad. Specifically, with the help of a tethered jailbreak, Apple’s $29 iPad Dock Connector to VGA Adapter, and Ryan Petrich’s $2 Display Out (available through the BigBoss Repository in Cydia), our audience enjoyed a crystal-clear view of my iPad. Here are the steps:

    tags: ipad Jailbreak projector

  • Click on “Menu -> Machines” button, and there’s the “+” button to start adding connections. Connecting to all of the other machines on my network was a snap, but remember that spelling counts here; if the name of the computer for the machine you’re connecting to isn’t exactly right, it won’t connect. This is the one place FileBrowser fails to live up to expectations for me… If you could browse network devices and just choose one, it would be a total lock, but adding machines could prove to be a bit annoying. Once the machine name and login information is supplied, the connection is instantaneous, and this thing is fast! Now that you’re connected to another machine, you can browse the entire directory, including attached devices. You can copy to and from the other machines, or execute or stream files stored remotely. -Make Tech Easier

    tags: ipad filebrowser utilities app remote files

  • Inspired by the great Impressionist painters Monet, Renoir, and Degas, Artify instantly transforms your favorite photos into masterpieces. Create gorgeous impressionistic interpretations of photos of friends, family, landscapes, or anything at all. Reveal and highlight any detail you want with just the touch of a finger.Features:-Take or import photos and transform them with a single touch of the “Artify!” button into impressionistic artwork-Reveal faces or other detail with a stroke of your finger, for a gorgeous mix of soft and sharp that will delight your friends and family-Customize and create your own unique version of a favorite pic by turning your fingertip into a small, medium or large brush.-Hit “Clear” to start again from a clean copy of the original photo-Nothing to “learn” – Artify is instant and intuitive. One touch and your favorite photo is a masterpiece-Share your artified pics in email, or post to Facebook or Twitter right from the app-New photos and artified works are autosaved to camera roll for you to keep-Create unlimited Artified versions of your pics. Each time you “Artify!” you create a unique interpretation of the image-App of the Day

    tags: ipad art photos ipod

  • Until now, artists have been limited to using their fingers or eraser-like styluses, but this is set to change with the introduction of the Nomad Brush, which is made with capacitive fibers to give creative types the same “feel” as if they were painting normally. Designed by artist and architect Don Lee, the US$24 Nomad Brush works on all capacitive screens, including iPhones, iPod touches and iPads (and even the Samsung Galaxy if you’re tempted by the Android side). “Nomad brush is carefully hand-crafted and made with exceptionally conductive materials,” says Lee. “This allows the brush to be extremely responsive, making brushstrokes immediate and effortless on any capacitive touchscreen device.” -TUAW

    tags: ipad art brush

  • browser-based text manipulation tools; The item picker, Random Line Picker, could be used to “draw winners.”

    tags: free random.name

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