Feroz Khan, Agra, India
Feroz Khan, one of Bollywood’s top choreographers, uses iPad in many aspects of his production — from scouting locations to mixing music to framing each shot and refining every dance move. With iPad, Khan can quickly and easily share his vision with the director, dancers, and production team.
Yao, Beijing, China
The rock band Yao writes and records music with iPad. And during live shows, iPad takes the stage with them. Two musicians each play an iPad on stage, using two apps for percussion: Figure by Propellerhead and TouchOSC. With iPad, they’ve found a new way to make and perform music with a new sound.
School in a Box, Humla, Nepal
For tens of millions of children in the developing world, the lack of electricity means little or no access to the best educational tools. But School in a Box, a solar‑powered education toolkit built around iPad, makes rich interactive learning possible anywhere.
Cleveland Clinic Sports Health, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland Clinic in Ohio is using iPad to pioneer the field of concussion assessment and treatment. In a pilot program at St. Edward High School, athletic trainer Jason Cruickshank uses the iPad and software from iComet to take athletes’ baseline measurements in balance, cognition, and memory. When athletes are injured, this innovative program can help assess their injuries.
Josh Apter, Iguazu Falls, Argentina
New York‑based filmmaker Josh Apter has created a housing for iPad that turns it into a lightweight, portable moviemaking camera. With attachments like microphones, SLR lenses, and other accessories, he takes iPad on the go to shoot his documentaries.
NHL®, Los Angeles, California
The LA Kings® coaches use iPad to train players and enhance their game. With the ThunderCloud iBench app, coaches can capture video, zoom in and out of the footage, and instantly evaluate players — from small moves to big‑picture strategies.