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Attach Your Own Singing On USPS Christmas Stamps, Using SnapPop for iOS

Dec 14, 2017 - ConnectAR announces SnapPop 1.1, an important update to its offline-to-online and crowdsourcing tool for iOS devices. Users can snap printed materials that are as small as a stamp, or as big as a billboard, to discover related contents. For 2017 Christmas, SnapPop users can simply scan of any of the four USPS 2017 Xmas stamps, and attach their own rendition of the Christmas songs as a video. Then globally whoever else scanning the same stamp, will discover that song & music video in a snap.

Area Aid Design Project - JDP 1.0 released for iPad

Mar 19, 2012 - Joy Aether today introduces Area Aid Design Project - JDP 1.0 for iPad, a joint project with Japan Institute of Design Promotion. Area Aid Design Project - JDP was developed specifically to support and promote manufacturing, design and creative enterprises in Tohoku and Ibaraki prefecture. It introduces 100 design-related enterprises in Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Yamagata, Miyagi, Fukushima and Ibaraki. The firms utilize traditional methods and techniques handed down from ancient times.

D33P 3D Social Albums 1.0, Free for iPad - View Any Photo in 3D

Feb 09, 2012 - Joy Aether today introduces D33P 3D Social Albums 1.0 for iPad, their free Photography app that allows users to convert any photo into a 3D image on the iPad screen. Featuring advanced Stereoscopic 3D image analysis, the app synthesizes both left and right eye views, which can be viewed with red/cyan glasses or without glasses as an animated wigglegram. The app lets users select from any of their Facebook or Photo Library photos, and it does single or batch conversion to 3D stills or slideshows.

Vocab Ninja 1.1 for iOS: Vocabulary + Spelling Edutainment for Halloween

Oct 17, 2011 - Joy Aether today announces Vocab Ninja 1.1 for iOS and Android, their new vocabulary and spelling edutainment app with a Halloween theme. Players can choose either SAT vocabulary or spelling practice, and questions appear at the top of the screen. Possible answers, written on pumpkins, are tossed into the air from below, and players must touch the pumpkin with the correct answer on it to smash it. Players have only 9 seconds per question, and pumpkins remain in the air for just a few seconds.