Cyclepedia for iPad - Official Video





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Published on Dec 14, 2011

CYCLEPEDIA for iPad - Iconic bicycles at your fingertips.

New update available from 29th June, with tons of extra content! Watch the preview here:

iTunes store: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/cyclep...

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'As mesmerisingly beautiful an iPad app as you could ever hope to see. Full of innovative but intuitive ways to navigate, this is like the most beautiful, informative and deliciously lovely guide to bicycle design as you can imagine. And if you think that bicycles are a rather humble, banal and uninteresting field of industrial design this will make you think again. Stunning.'

Apple's iPad App of the Week (UK) and featured in iTunes New and Noteworthy Apps.

An interactive collection of 100 bikes that have changed cycling history. From the suitcase-sized Skoot to the Gold-medal-winning Lotus Sport 110, from Tour de France road-bike classics to moving designs of breathtaking innovation, each bicycle is displayed in stunning clarity and technical detail. Users can spin every bike 360º and zoom into details up to 20x magnification to appreciate every component in this rich celebration of cycling culture and design.

Each bike is shown with an informative text that recounts its unique and fascinating story and multiple gallery-quality photographs, and in many instances also includes video clips, original brochures, contemporary advertising, engineering drawings, rare illustrations and links to manufactures' sites.

CYCLEPEDIA for iPad features:

• Ability to organize and browse bikes by: year of manufacturer, style of bike, make and name, country of origin, frame material, and weight

• 360-degree finger-controlled rotation of 100 bikes

• 2000% zoomable image of each bike

• Swipeable animations of 23 fold-up bikes

• 10 minutes of rare and unusual archival video

• 150 pages of original brochures, user manuals, plans, catalogues and contemporary stills

Additional photographs from the collection of award winning photographer Bernhard Angerer.

Also available as a book: http://www.thamesandhudson.com/978050...


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