Apple Mobile Devices Support First Real-time Virtual Art Gallery

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Speaking of iPhone art (see our colleague Nicole Martinelli’s post following this one), iCloseBy.com, developers of several popular Apple iPod Touch and iPhone apps, announced an ‘Emotional Networking’ wireless world art project Friday.

iWallFlower.com is a web site which displays in real time, drawings being made by iPod Touch and iPhone users from around the world. Visitors can view the art as it is being created, and any iPod Touch or iPhone user can download the free iWallFlower App from the Apple iTunes store, and instantly and freely add artwork to the iWallFlower World Art Project

Displayed artwork receives popularity votes, and the most-appreciated drawings will be displayed most often, both on the www.iWallFlower.com site, and wirelessly on iPod touch and iPhones running the app.

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