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Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Freemium app Color Band uses the iPad’s front camera as a motion sensor to create a magical experience for children learning about music and color. With a few strokes of their fingers on the iPad’s touchscreen, kids can draw their own instruments. To play them, they just have to wave their hands in the air.
Color Band was created by LND Games, a Taipei-based studio staffed by programmer David Liu, artist and animator Yi-Ning Wang and 18-year gaming industry veteran Louis Lu, who was once lead character artist on the God of War series but now focuses on making non-violent games as an indie developer.
Color Band is similar to apps like SoundBrush (which we recently profiled), but it also includes coloring canvases and pages that combine art practice with basic music theory. For example, children can draw seven shapes on their iPad’s screen–and then tap out the major…
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