Téléphones portables : des chiffres clés pour construire une stratégie. 6,8 Milliards d’habitants sur la planète et 5 Milliards de téléphones portables ! Soit 77% de la population mondiale équipée de son mobile, incluant les nouveaux nés, les moines tibétains, les bergers andins, et autres populations qui n’ont que peu ou pas accès à une couverture de réseau téléphonique mobile. En l’an 2000 il y avait « seulement » 720 millions d’abonnés. Et en plus certains pays déjà très équipés en volume, comme la Chine, avec ses 800 millions d’abonnements ne sont encore qu’à un taux d’équipement de 56%. Alors que dans beaucoup de pays développés ce taux dépasse les 100%. Le marché actuel et des 5 années à venir sera tiré par l’Internet mobile qui va se développer à un rythme accéléré.360 millions d’abonnés à la 3G dans le monde en 2009, 500 millions cette année et 3,4 Milliards d’ici à 2015 ! La bataille entre les géants de la téléphonie comme Apple, Nokia, Google, et autres Samsung va s’accélérer autour de la croissance des ventes de « Smartphones« .
Art Guide app The Art Guide lets you discover world-class exhibitions, museums and stunning country homes near you, helping you plan days out or simply get up-to-date information when you’re out and about. We've now released the 2.0 version of the app, which has a fresh new design and is fully compatible with iOS 7 and Android. Finding great art wherever you are and whatever your interest has never been so easy: Search for the most interesting and inspirational exhibitions across the UKDiscover over 700 museums and galleriesCheck for National Art Pass benefits and discounts wherever you areCreate a wishlist of your favourite exhibitions and places you'd like to visitSet up alerts in your wishlist telling you when an exhibition is coming to an endBrowse high-res image galleries of venues, exhibition highlights and work the Art Fund has helped buy Help us improve the Art Guide app and email us at email@example.com with your feedback or any problems.
Cool Drawing Apps for Primary School So many classroom activities are only fully realised when your students add their sketches to embellish their work, or to annotate a concept. Sometimes they just need to describe an object. Here are a series of apps that allow the creative little Picasso or Frida in your class to express themselves. Most of these are so intuitive that your students will be drawing before you know it. Drawing Pad: $1.99 AU Drawing Pad offers an incredible amount of fun and creativity as a stand alone App but we've worked extra hard to allow parents the ability to extend the fun by offering in app coloring books). Drawing Pad is an "Apple Staff Favorite" and was featured in the "Spotlight" of the App Store - Don't have an iPad yet? Doodlecast for Kids: $1.99 AU Doodlecast is a unique drawing app that records your voice as you draw. Kid Art for iPad: $0.99 AU Kid Art is now on the iPad! ArtRage: $7.49 AU Doodle Buddy: FREE Bamboo Paper: FREE
Digital Art on the iPad: Past, Present and Future (including Pressure Sensitivity!) – iPad Apps HUB The iPad is still only a few months old, and with each wave of new apps, we get a better inclination of how much this little contraption can do. Simultaneously, we see more real world applications of iPad in the lives of artists, musicians, and writers. Each time, I’m more amazed at what the creative genre produces. The Past: The First Proof that iPad is Meant for Art Back on April 18th, we reviewed LiveSketch HD, an amazing little sketch app. Starting day one, we also saw an explosion of professional and hobbyist artists pumping out amazing digital iPad art. Smoke’M by suzi54241 (View more by suzi54241) Fresh Fruit iPad Painting by Corliss Blakely created with ArtStudio (View more by Corliss Blakely) The Present: Jaw-Dropping Art Keeps on Coming The Future: Pressure Sensitivity for iPad Now, let’s see a preview of what may be in store. Unfortunately, the only way we’ll ever enjoy this technology is if Apple gets on board. What Else is Coming?
Five Best Tablet Drawing Apps It seems to impress passers buy when you edit video with your fingers in iMovie on the iPad. It still impresses people when I edit photos on an iPad. I'm not so much out to impress people with what I'm doing, but what the end result may be. Though I do agree that it was skewed away from windows tablets. these were user submitted and voted choices. next time speak up louder during the initial submissions and you'll see your preference listed here. oh, and the windows tablet digitizers are NOT more accurate then the cintiq, not even close. they are built by wacom but only have: 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity no tilt/rotation detection 2540 lines per inch detection resolution no tip/pen type detection the cintiq has: 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity tilt and rotation detection 5080 lines per inch detection resolution tip/pen type detection the Intuos is even better, but has no display on the digitizer so it is a different beat altogether.
Créer une application professionnelle pour iPhone Grâce au succès de l'iPhone et de l'AppStore, les applications mobiles sont devenues des vecteurs de communication incontournables pour les professionnels. En effet, ces petits programmes ludiques ou utilitaires permettent aux entreprises d'augmenter la visibilité et l'accessibilité de leurs produits et d'atteindre de nouveaux prospects. Mais avant de se lancer dans l'aventure, mieux vaut anticiper les difficultés : une application mobile nécessite une réflexion préalable, et plusieurs critères s'appliquent à sa conception. Voici un guide pratique pour vous aider à créer une application iPhone professionnelle avec une série de conseils, des indications sur les coûts, et des liens utiles. Notre video Voir le tutoriel d'AppsTV en vidéo : Pourquoi développer une application mobile professionnelle ? Le nombre d'applications mobiles disponibles sur iPhone via l'Apple Store est en pleine croissance. Visibilité accrue de ses produits et services Généralisation des applications sur Smartphone
15 best iPad art apps for painting and sketching | iPad When the iPad first launched it was pegged squarely as a media consumption device. To create professional art and design, you'd still need a fully-fledged laptop or desktop system running a full-fat operating system like Mac OS or Windows, complete with top photo editing software. Making art on the iPad was a crazy idea. Wrong. 01. The sequel to the popular Zen Brush takes what its predecessor does best - emulating the feel of painting with traditional Japanese calligraphy brushes - and builds upon it, with a new drawing engine that's smoother and more fluent than before, making it even easier to lose yourself in the process of creating beautiful Zen art. As well as the new drawing engine, Zen Brush 2 has a gallery feature that enables you to save your work in progress, as well as an ink dispersion effect to give your drawings an added feeling of depth. 02. If you need a full-fat iPad alternative to Photoshop, Pixelmator is about as good as it gets. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11.
Corel Painter User Resources Resources for users of Corel Painter, the image editing and natural media painting tool. Includes resources for earlier versions including Fractal Design Painter, MetaCreations Painter, and procreate Painter. New Features in Corel Painter X3Explore the best new features in Corel Painter X3 in this screen shot tour. The Clone Source Panel - Creative Color in PainterThe Clone Source Panel in Painter can open up new and exciting ways to render your photographs and with a little imagination you can create beautiful paintings that have your personal touch. Corel Painter Lite ReviewPainter Lite is based on the features of Corel Painter 12, but offers a limited feature set to make it easier to learn for those starting out in digital art. Real Watercolor in Painter 12 - Blending Watercolor TutorialLearn how the Real Watercolor brushes in Painter 12 can help you with blending color in your paintings. Corel Painter 8 Screen ShotsThe new user interface of Corel Painter 8.
Top 5 iPad Apps for the Art Teacher For Christmas I got an iPad! How very exciting, I know! Already I have a small collection of apps that I think are very art teacher friendly. And the best part is, all but one of these are free! I submit to you my.. Top 5 iPad Apps for the Art Teacher! #5. Note Hub lets you create a single place to store information about a project. Here is an example. Now when i need to review anything about the conference I simply open the project. #4. All the artist and Abstract Expressionist artwork of the MoMA in NYC. But the most fun thing to do is open the artwork and zoom in real close! #3. Suddenly you come up with the best idea in the world.... making Zonkey Crossing signs. #2 Famous Artists A must have if you teach art history. and my #1 pick....