Analog iPad 2: When Stop Motion Determines Processor Speed

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The analog iPad 2 is the most customizable iPad yet. It comes with a set of spare parts, personal processor adjustment levels, and a kick ass arsenal of whatever apps you want it to hold. However, it might be a little less durable than the original iPad 2, but don’t let that stop you from marveling over its beauty.

Created by Svetlana Shokhanova, the Plasticine iPad is a really cool project that focuses on the analog part of the digital world. Everything doesn’t have to be about the fastest, most genuine technology you can come up with. Instead, the stop motion speed you set out for with your project is what will determine the processor speed of this ultimately cool analog iPad 2. What more can you wish for? Analog iPad FTW!

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