כ״ט באדר ה׳תשע״ג (March 11, 2013)
As many of you know, RustyBrick in partnership with Artscroll and the Schottenstein and Wasserman families, released the Schottenstein Digital Edition Of The Talmud as an iPad and iPhone app back in July of last year.
The latest release of the Artscroll app, which is already available for download via Apple’s AppStore, has a bunch of new features. Two most important are color-coding for highlighting question, statement, answer, inquiry and proof within the daf and 3D scenes of a courtyard to help explain the complex laws of Eruvin.
The color coding is done on both the Vilna side and the English view.
Imagine not just learning the Talmud in black and white text but really understanding it with pictures, but not just flat pictures – 3D images that you can feel like you are walking through in real life. With the new 3D view you can zoom in and zoom out, see an aerial view of the cases and even rotate the scene 360 in all directions.
- See the scenes of Eruvin come to life – as you explore 3D versions of select images.
- Zoom in – Zoom out
- See an aerial view of the cases.
- Rotate the images 360 in all directions
- Vilna Page Break Down and Color Coding
- Now you can break down the Vilna Page in to logical blocks and see a visual map of the “flow” of the Talmudic Discussion
- The Vilna Page can even be broken down into color coded sections – vividly showing – 5 different types of blocks: Question, Statement, Answer, Inquiry and Proof
- Each Statement type has a configurable color – which instantly color the Vilna page – the Talmud Page Literally No longer Just Black and White
- Show letters representing the statement breakdown
- Single Color mode if you just want to see the Vilna blocks without color
Download app and read more about Schottenstein Digital Edition Of The Talmud here.
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