Jul 6 2011, 1:28pm CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
Crayola ColorStudio HD offers a multi-activity drawing app for iPad with a marker-shaped digital stylus, iMarker. With the functionality of a marker, crayon, pen and paintbrush in one, iMarker allows young artists to interact with animated coloring book pages that move and react while being colored. The iMarker brings the ColorStudio HD App to life on iPad, generating custom-produced pictures, animations, sound effects, music and other special effects with each touch on the Multi-Touch display.
“We love creating technology for kids, and our partnership with Crayola allows us to elevate their signature blend of kid-friendly creativity into the digital world,” said Mark Rowan, President of Griffin Technology. “ColorStudio HD is the first of many offerings to come from this exciting partnership.”
“We’re thrilled to collaborate with Griffin Technology to bring a timeless children’s activity to life in an amazing new way,” said Warren Schorr, Head of Crayola Licensing. “Crayola ColorStudio HD ushers coloring into the 21st century by turning the iPad into an interactive coloring book that morphs and transforms as kids digitally color.”
The Crayola ColorStudio HD App is able to differentiate automatically between a child’s finger input (taps, swipes, etc.) and the input from iMarker. For the first time, users are able to manipulate both the creative space and color without having to toggle between app modes. The ColorStudio HD App provides hundreds of hours of playtime, with more than 30 animated coloring pages, pictures, sound effects and music. Young artists also have the option to design an unlimited number of their own coloring pages using ColorStudio HD’s extensive built-in library of backgrounds, music, sound effects and other elements. Artwork can be e-mailed, uploaded to Facebook or even printed directly from iPad to any AirPrint-enabled printer.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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