The following video was streamed live worldwide from Brooklyn on Monday, June 21 2010. It features finger painting with the Brushes iPad app by artist David Jon Kassan, and the original session was approximately 3 hours long. The speed painting video is just 8 minutes.
Really, you haven’t seen anything like this. This is the finest example of how Apple’s tablet is indeed meant for content production, not only consumption.
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