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This Week on iPad Creative - 4th April to 9th April 2011

This week's posts, all in on place, in case you missed anything:

Technology alone is not enough - We consider Apple's first iPad 2 advert. "It's not about specifications anymore, it's not about how quickly your new machine can crunch through 20 Photoshop filters, it's about humanness, it's about making the technology feel more natural"

Thank Each Mistake. The animated music video that redefines iPad art - This real 'must see' hand painted music video from Shawn Harris is one of the most creative used for the iPad yet seen.

Film Score Created Entirely in SoundPrism on iPad - SoundPrism's unique sound makes it a perfect compliment to this independent Brazilian film. Find out why.

iWeb. Multi-touch website creation coming soon? - Evidence points towards an multi-touch version of iWeb and we can't wait!

Wrap Your iPad 2 In Warhol - Looking an iPad cover that will make a statement? Look no further.

ESO Top 100 for iPad - Stunning Imagery of the Universe - We love anything to do with the majestic and ethereal world outside of this planet's tiny corner of the Universe, even more so when we can explore it from our iPads.

Need Video Mirroring But Can't Afford iPad 2? - IGM Video Demos How - Got $3 and a Jailbroken iPad 1? You can have video mirroring on your iPad 1 in no time.

We Want: Limbo for iPad - Arguably the most interesting game experience of 2010 and surely a work of art in its own right, Limbo would make a spectacular addition to the iPad's game library.

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