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We saw that it's easy to build simple browser based games, but it's difficult to connect them; so we built Cartridge as an HTML5 focused, real-time gaming platform as a service that lets independent game developers connect their players quickly and simply. It's like Heroku for indie game developers. The prototype we built during the hackathon is focused on letting developers create, edit, remix, and play processing.js sketches. Eventually we hope to provide a subscription-based service that will let developers scale up resources (number of simultaneous players, amount of data stored, etc.) without the hassle of running their own servers or writing their own network communication layer. Eventually we will sell to Zynga and be like very rich hackers indeed. Buzzwords: HTML5 , platform as a service, It's like for, real time, scale up , Zynga
The digital color palette is an iPad and iPhone app which makes it easy to design color palettes. An alternative to minimal color selection tools in most design software, the app lets to select colors with smooth gestures and arrange them to find the perfect color harmonies. Selected color palettes can be sent to a desktop companion app to be used in digital work.