s simple. There's a Japanese cartoon (known to the cognoscenti as anime) that my daughter has loved from an early age. This anime is called “Ranma ½,” and one of the characters turns into a panda when splashed with cold water. He then communicates with signboards. Where he obtains the signboards is never adequately explained.
Anyway, my son suggested that a nice application for a tablet would be to be able to quickly type in a message and have it displayed in large letters. Apart from purely silly uses, this could be useful in a number of situations, including airports.
Not finding such an application readily av
- Chapter 7: Contact Manager
- from Beginning Android Tablet Programming: Starting with Android Honeycomb for Tablets
- Publisher: Apress
- Released: November 2011
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