When I visited the Percolator App Facebook page last night, I saw that the app developers had posted a link to our B.A. Artsonia gallery featuring the percolated images that our 4th graders created in art class!  This will be so exciting for students to see that the people who invented the app we are using are connecting with us and sharing our work with the world.  The people at Percolator and I have also been connecting on Twitter too!  I received a direct message the other day from them asking about how my students enjoyed the new animations in their updated version. They also shared that they are working on a video version.  It looks like we have even more to look forward to from the talented folks behind this cool app.  See B.A. "percolated" artwork in these two Artsonia galleries:   

http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=470272


http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=467214 

Learn more about Percolator here:  http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/percolator/id385454903?mt=8 
 
 
I have been anxiously awaiting the release of the new Percolator 2 app update and was so excited to receive an email notification to let me know that today was going to be the day!  

Yesterday, I photographed Ms. Moke's 4th grade "Different is Good" portraits and added them to my DropBox folder on my iPhone. The DropBox app is installed on each of our four art room iPads.  It is an app that wirelessly pushes all pics that I want to share to every device and computer that I have.  This way, all photos will be ready for students to work with in seconds.  DropBox is free.  Learn more or create your own account here:http://db.tt/de4U1Zp

Students took turns importing their artwork into "Percolator" and explored various filters. This new version offers exciting new editing options. The "Stars" and "Treble" settings were two of their favorites! When students were happy with the way their altered artwork looked, they saved their images to the photo gallery.

See their "percolated" artwork in their Artsonia galleries here.  http://www.artsonia.com/museum/gallery.asp?exhibit=467214

If you are interested in adding Percolator to your app collection, learn more here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/percolator/id385454903?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4