We all know that the iPad is a landmark device.
Not because it is ground breaking in a technological sense but because it’s an Apple product and will sell/has sold millions of copies. That means that millions of people are now experiencing the web, photos, videos, and music through the frame of the iPad.
That iPad frame is different than a web browser, it allows for a different type of experenece. This is where Aweditorium comes in.
From Building43“What is the modern digital music experience like? It feels like a spreadsheet,” says James Miao, co-founder of thesixtyone.com and Aweditorium.
He argues that all of the extra stuff that used to come with record albums has been lost with the digitization of music—and that it’s time to bring back those trappings. “We think of Aweditorium as reimagining the feel of experiencing music on the iPad.”
“We think of Aweditorium as taking all of the disparate content surrounding an artist—hi-res photography, artwork, lyrics, hi-def video, interviews—and tying that all together into a single, intimate experience on a multi-touch display,” says Miao.
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