"As iPad owners anticipate the arrival of summer, many will want to
use their tablets outside. There’s just one problem: glare. Everyone
loves sunny days, but just try reading the iPad screen in broad
daylight once, and you’ll soon realize it’s not an easy task."
Your iPad Needs a Hoodi to Match Your Wardrobe!
But HoodiVision's Hoodi isn't about style... It performs an important function. On a recent cruise, I didn't bother bringing my iPad mini to the upper deck because I knew I wouldn't be able to see the screen in sunlight. The Hoodi solves this problem in a novel way...
Commercial Script Supervisor
"I'm writing to let you know how much I love the Hoodivision ipad
Hoodi. I worked on two commercial shoots recently - 10 hour days,
outside and I used the Hoodi on both shoots and it worked great."
The Hoodi reduced glare substantially, which allowed much greater visibility while outside.
The Hoodi extended battery life because I was able to lower screen brightness and still see.
The Hoodi was easy on, easy off.
The Hoodi magnets were strong and it stayed in place despite a lot of ipad movement.
The Hoodi attached perfectly around my Padlette ipad handle.
The Hoodi design and utility are excellent.
I am very happy to have the Hoodi as part of my digital script supervising kit.
Thanks for a great product!
I can't imagine working outside without it.
(A Script Supervisor unknown to us in Florida requested a Hoodi for upcoming outdoor commercial shoots. On previous shoots her iPad ran out of juice from keeping the brightness on full to try and read the screen. Read what she sent back with no input or direction from us...)
Hoodi, a magnetic shade for the iPad and iPad mini, solves this problem,
while also protecting user privacy and preventing the device from overheating in the hot sun. Hoodi creator Cindy Ries Hodnett turned to Kickstarter to raise funds to bring manufacture and market this innovative iPad accessory...
... it was one of the coolest things I found on the show (MacWorld) floor.
(even though it wasn’t officially being exhibited) And, yup, they’ve got ‘em for the iPad Mini as well. Go get yours!
Artist Jeremy Sutton shown here with his Hoodi at the de Young Museum in San Francisco where he performed live iPad painting for the opening of the David Hockney show and will be teaching iPad art classes.
Professional iPad Artist
"Used Hoodi in sun at the de Young Museum and it worked well!"
(Unsolicted comment and pic)
One product is a hood for the ipad, made by HoodiVision.
"The annual Macworld convention was held Thursday, March 27 through Saturday, March 29, 2014 at the Moscone North, in San Francisco, California. Educators were equally excited to view new products for use with ipads. The focus of this article will be those products catching the attention of educators around the world."
With the onset of Common Core, all of the assessments will be done on-line. This hood allows for privacy by the student, as the hood is elevated over the ipad, and down the sides allowing only the student to see the screen...