The Lapse It App comes in two flavors, as is usually the case: free and paid. Both will allow you to create pretty amazing time lapse movies using your favorite iDevice (works for Android too). Of course, if you’re doing time lapse photography, you’ll need to create some kind of rig to hold your device […]
Here you’ll find some great app ideas for your TinkerBrick™ case. Suggest great apps using our Contact Form, twitter, Facebook, or G+.
What can happen when you combine a $ 0.99 app with the bricks you have lying around? Well, a lot. In this example, the Pocket Guitar App is used to create a customized guitar. There is not much to it. Just design whatever you want as your guitar, leave some space for your TinkerBrick case […]
For the younger set, there is a really nice app called Makego. (Available on iTunes) Together with the TinkerBrick case, it allows for all kinds of inventive play, extending the functionality of your building bricks as well as the iPod. From the iTunes description: What is it? Makego turns your iPhone / iPod Touch into […]
Zio is a nice little app ($.99 on iTunes) that produces some great visualizations. It comes with several loaded presets which can be reconfigured to your liking. This app allows you to change many settings, producing a huge array of visualizations. A really nice feature is the ability to make your visualizations sound-reactive. The quality of […]
Android FX (AFX) is a nice little free app for iOS that generates a whole range of sound effects whose pitch can be changed with your screen’s XY controller. It generates great sounds for motors, engines of all types, spaceships, robots, etc. App Link
Free Tilt PDF is a great little app that has a lot of potential uses. In the video below, you can see how, by adding images instead of text (the usual kind of PDF file) a lot of interesting interactivity can be added into a creation. You might need to get the image size just right […]
Vector Ball by Gyrocade is a cool little app that uses the tilt function of your iOS device to allow you to control play. You can see a simple controller with building instructions here. Vector Ball is available on the iTunes Store here. It costs $0.99. There’s also a free version called Vector Ball Lite.