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Mindful : June 2013
Apps that Challenge Life isn’t just a click-through, so why should your apps be? The fact is, few prompt us to do much more than react or repost content. Here are three that ask a little more of you—and offer a lot in return. MoMA Art Lab Leave it to New York’s Museum of Modern Art to craft an app that teaches children (and anyone else who’s interested) the fundamentals of modern ar t. Art Lab goes beyond the virtual tours offered by most museum-generated apps. It guides users to create collages and collaborative drawings, make sound composi- tions, and practice line and shape. The goal: teach aspiring ar tists how to make the kind of work that’s actually on display at MoMA . Let’s hear it for the next Keith Haring. ($2.99, available at moma. org/explore/mobile for the iPad.) Big Picture Is boosting brain function with cognitive enhancers or “smar t drugs” a good idea? If you haven’t formed an opinion yet, this app will help you decide. Crafted by the Wellcome Trust, the well-known publisher of a semiannual resource for teachers, Big Picture gives you the evidence cited in major debates about the brain, then asks you to weigh in. In the case of smar t drugs, the app supplies an argument for and against and includes a description of cognitive enhancers such as Ritalin and caffeine. You can cast your vote and check poll results to see what others think. It could take small talk at your nex t par ty to a whole new level. (Free. For more information, visit wellcome.ac.uk.) Ecobug If you’re curious about how green you really are, this app may have some good news for you. Or it could be a useful reality check. Ecobug’s GPS-enabled “journey tracker” is a carbon-footprint calculator that quantifies greenness based on the choices you make throughout the day. Developed by a group of high school students, programmers, and computer scientists, it also offers daily tips and a quiz. (Free, available at play.google.com/store/ apps for the Android.) ● 18 mindful June 2013 now 18 mindful June 2013 Illustration by Gavin Potenza