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POST follows its critically acclaimed launch issue with Gravity, an extra-terrestrial exploration of the ways in which humanity has sought to transcend this invisible force that binds all of life.
Pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved on the iPad, POST Gravity opens with a groundbreaking, interactive 3D fashion story powered by infra-red technology in which users can distort, bend and flip the dimensions of model Iselin Steiro. A menswear story, The Man Who Fell To Earth by Jacob Sutton and Simon Foxton sees professional skydivers dressed in this season’s sharpest suits dance in the microgravity environment of a vertical wind tunnel, and Parisian super-store Colette select their Periodic Table of accessories for summer.
Other highlights include an exclusive film shot from the International Space Station recreating Yuri Gagarin’s maiden voyage through space, a lunar transmission of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata in Morse Code by Katie Paterson, Nicolas Provost’s transformation of Las Vegas into a shimmering jewel of a spaceship, a presentation on the dynamic between NASA’s designers and science fiction cinema, Todd Cole’s cinematic journey through the SpaceX hanger and a bespoke soundtrack by the celebrated sonic artist Scanner.
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What's New in Version 1.1
- Miscellaneous iOS5 performance improvements
- Social media bug fixes
Breath taking technology and design but needs more user friendly control
The magazine is beautifully designed, fluid and at points breath taking. The adverts are clever and engage the reader to interact which benefits both reading experience and advertisers alike. My only issue with it is the practicality for the reader, instead of focusing on the content (which is of a very high quality) I find myself playing with the features and treating it like game and not a magazine.
There needs to be a balance with magazines like this, of clever interactive technology and then static articles, I think this sways slightly too far towards the interactivity.
However one cannot fault the effort, technology and genuine beauty of the product, I applaud all who have been involved.
I am blown away by the simplicity of movement.
I have only just started to use my iPad for magazines and so far I have downloaded 2 that have seriously impressed me Post and Astronaut.
I mentioned in my review of Astronaut that it was an outstanding price of art, this is the same. Beautiful movement controls and interaction. Layouts are engaging and interesting you want to read and explore. I was actually sad when I came to the end. So when through it again.
I defy anyone who looks and listens to this magazine and doesn't find it Dead Sexy.
Incredible and innovative, finally someone is breaking the mood and making the most of the iPad.
App developers need take note as this sets a new standard for the iPad.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: 05 March 2012
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 772 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Meri Media Limited
- © 2011 MERI Media Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.