Stripe Me is an innovative universal app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that allows you to capture a photo line-by-line. Through a simple and intuitive interface, create anything from abstract, artsy photographs to fun portraits.
Stripe Me is a fantastic app that you can use to capture yourself or the people around you, landscapes, city views as well as furniture and other objects! It is a fun way to deform your surroundings and give them an unusual, intriguing shape.
You will be in charge of the entire capture process. Once a Stripe is captured, Stripe Me offers built-in tools to crop, flip and rotate it, as well as allowing you to personalise your Stripes with more than 800 possible combinations of filters and frames. Camera shake can be removed with a magic wand tool.
Share your Stripe on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, via Email and other apps or simply save it to your camera roll. Stripe Me features a gorgeous gallery in which all Stripes are automatically saved. From there, you can manage your Stripe collection, share them, and so on.
Visit our website to see Stripe examples, watch tutorial videos!
Hungry Now is the best and funniest geo-app that helps you finding the nearest fast-foods around : Burger King, MacDonald’s, KFC, Starbucks, etc. Small or big treats , Hungry Now is the application everyone was expecting !
It displays the quickest way & open hours ( information provided for purposes only ). And it is Worldwide !
Americans are passionate about sharing food photos online. So, we leveraged that passion and turned Foodies into Feedies. Feedie is a platform that turns food photos into donations to The Lunchbox Fund, a non-profit that provides daily meals to disadvantaged school children in South Africa. So now when you share food photos, you share actual food with those who need it.
The Ecological Urbanism app adapts content from the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s book of the same name for a tablet. Much more than an ebook, it’s an entirely new way of looking at the information interactively.
With the majority of the world’s population expected to live in cities by the year 2050, Ecological Urbanism addresses the expanding practice of sustainable design. A timely evolution of the book, this iPad app visualizes the growing body of discourse surrounding the design and management of cities.
By interpreting the content for a tablet experience, the app takes advantage of an interactive, non-linear experience and creates new opportunities for exploring the subject. An interactive map provides a way to search geographically and demonstrates where the hubs of innovative urbanism are unfolding. Users can also browse with a timeline, filterable by scale and keyword, providing another access point to the content.
Perhaps most importantly, with such a vibrant, growing community and collection, the entire collection is supported by a CMS and administrators can update the content as it becomes available.