This new iPad app enables you to create and save your artwork, play with shapes, lines and colors activities. Also, drawing with the help of scissors, making a line design, collaboration on a group drawing and making a chance collage, it is all there.
Through a wide range of learning activities and prompts for creative ideas, the MoMA Art Lab app encourages kids (age group seven to sixteen), to think about artistic processes and experiment with different drawing tools. Its drawing pad includes shapes easy to stretch, rotate and shrunk via zoom and pinch motions. It is also enriched with tools to create straight or freeform lines in differing widths and a palette of over a hundred vibrant colors.
However, for some extra inspirations, the app provides numerous fun suggestions such as creating an entire city with the help of geometric shapes etc. Artworks can be saved to the iPad’s Camera Roll. These can also be shared with friends and family or with MoMA itself, by e-mail or Twitter.
It can easily be purchased through the iTunes for only $4.99. So, concluded that it is doubtlessly the first of its kind app ever being launched by any art museum to date. The need is to set the similar standards for other museums as well, which are curious to create interactive content for the iPad.