Tag Archive: Pixels

iPad Pro packs enough pixels to fit an iPhone screen between its icons

The iPad Pro’s display is huge. 5.6 million pixels huge. It’s hard to comprehend just how gigantic a display with ‘78% more display area than the iPad Air 2’ is, so developer Dennis Munsie put it into the perspective by showing that there’s actually more pixels inbetween the iPad Pro’s app icons, than there are […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Pixels gives Pac-Man creator his moment of fame

Sure, it’s an Adam Sandler/Kevin James summer blockbuster with a ridiculous premise: the Earth is besieged by huge video game characters bent on destroying everything by turning stuff into pixels. While Peter Dinklage and Jane Krakowski might elevate this potentially…Read more ›

From pixels to polygons: the fascinating evolution of video game graphics

If you’ve been alive in the past fifty years or so, you’ve played a video game. It’s a primarily visual art form that uses current-day technologies to provide ever-evolving gaming experiences across generations. This new series of short, ten-minute videos…Read more ›

Apple’s iMac with Retina 5k display is big, beautiful and full of pixels

  Apple finally unveiled its iMac with Retina 5k display this morning, and while the screen is bigger, brighter, and more hi-deffer than ever, Apple still managed to make an incredible machine that’s gorgeous and affordable. It’s the most incredible…Read more ›

Little Pixels’ new photo app turns your iPhone camera into a manual

With its improved lens, sensors and image stabilization, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus offer the best camera seen yet on an Apple handset. But one of the biggest changes was one that took place behind the scenes of iOS…Read more ›

Booqpad For iPad Air: Paper And Pixels Together At Last

Paper? In the age of the iPad? Unthinkable! Ink from a pen? Inconceivable! And yet that’s what the new Booqpad for iPad Air promises us, a case that both protects the iPad and gives you a pad and paper to…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Disco Pixel’s Jungle Rumble Brings Rhythm Monkeys To Upcoming iOS Game

jungle rumbleSEATTLE, PAX 2013 – We got to spend a little time with this new rhythm game, Jungle Rumble, at the Indie Megabooth area deep within the Penny Arcade Expo showrooms. The game features monkeys and music, a great combination for fun and challenging gameplay, of course. There’s a definite Patapon-style mechanic here, too, where specific […]

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Mischief Drawing App For Mac Feels Like Pixels, Works Like Vectors

Oh man, does Mischief ever look amazing. It’s a Mac (or Windows) drawing app which feels like it uses pixels, but stores your strokes as vectors. This means that you can daub away with your favorite pressure-sensitive stylus, but enjoy the infinite zooming and tiny file sizes of vectors. Adobe Ideas does something similar on iOS, but this is a whole lot bigger.

Whilst clearly an early test version (there are no keyboard shortcuts for tools, and no  [Read More…]

iPhone 5S To Get Thinner Bezels And Twice As Many Pixels [Rumor]


Although we’re excited about the iPhone 5S, we’re not expecting it to be vastly different to the iPhone 5. We at least expect it to look largely identical. But according to a new rumor that has surfaced in China, the device could come with thinner bezels and a new display that offers twice as many pixels.

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Make Better Use of Your iPhone’s Pixels With FullScreen for Safari

Let’s face it, mobile screens are small; small screens have few pixels and they should be conserved. The beloved developer,Yllier, has another tweak up his sleeve! This one is called FullScreen for Safari and it has been fully updated to work with iOS 5. Essentially, FullScreen for Safari is self explanatory in that it allows you to use Safari in full screen. But that’s not all it does, it even goes a step further and  [Read More…]