Camera secrets revealed in Imagine’s new science magazine: Brain Dump
Imagine Publishing’s new digital-only science magazine, Brain Dump, reveals your camera’s top technical secrets and much more
Ever wondered what makes up a megapixel? Do you want to learn more about how your camera’s sensor records light and colour? You can find out all this and more inside Imagine Publishing’s new digital-only science magazine, Brain Dump, which launches today exclusively for your iPad and iPhone.
Every issue thirsty minds can indulge in finding out fascinating facts that break down tough-to-grasp concepts relating to science, nature and more. From the team behind leading print magazine How It Works, Brain Dump offers the same level of expertise, knowledge and fun facts but in bite-size chunks that are perfect for your portable Apple devices. Dave Harfield, Editor in Chief says, “It’s a proud moment for us. Since How It Works’ rise to dominance on print and digital newsstands, we have worked tirelessly to build on its legacy. Brain Dump is very much a result of that passion, aiming to be as entertaining as it is educational, with breathtaking photography and incredible illustrations. The editorial, design and bold price point makes it truly accessible to all and sets a new standard for Knowledge/Science magazines on smartphones and tablets.”
Designed by world-leading agency 3 Sided Cube and built on a new digital platform, Brain Dump is the latest addition to Imagine Publishing’s expanding portfolio and is available from today on Apple’s Newsstand from $0.99, which includes a free sample issue pre-installed on the app.
Download the Brain Dump app now: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/id649429083 Subscribe from only 69p/99c per month.
About Imagine Publishing
Imagine Publishing is one of the UK’s fastest-growing multimedia content producers. Formed in May 2005, it now publishes 19 regular print magazines, 50 digital apps, over 240 bookazines, 29 websites and thousands of articles every month in the technology, videogames, photography and knowledge/science markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.