Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime.">Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime.">Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime.">Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime."/>
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This iPad app called Tagtool certainly falls into the "creative projection" category because it transforms an iPad into a fine instrument of projection art. One can only imagine what could be achieved when each member of a creative team with iPad in hand is turned loose to paint and animate. The messaging possibilities could encompass the subversive to the sublime.

The projector in use for this video was an Epson EB-1925W. Thank you Markus Dorninger from OMAi for reaching out and sharing this. I in turn want to share your Tagtool Manifesto which explains so beautifully how you see the next generation of digital tools as more than technology--but as intimate extensions of the artist who employs them.