Esa-Pekka Salonen orchestrates a new sound.

Accomplished composer and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen created an app to share his love of classical music with others. And using iPad, he turns inspiration drawn from the everyday into fully orchestrated scores — wherever his work takes him.

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Chérie King explores a world without limits.

Travel writer Chérie King has canoed down the Amazon River, eaten coal-roasted lobster in Ghana and visited an underground salt mine in Austria. With her passion for adventure and her iPad Air, King travels the globe and inspires other deaf people to do the same.

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Choreographing a vision in Bollywood.

Choreographer Feroz Khan is the creative force behind some of Bollywood’s most spectacular dance scenes. Both meticulous and multitalented, he uses iPad Air with the Artemis HD and SloPro apps to help shape his routines frame by frame. And step by step.

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A new game plan for concussions.

Although concussions are front and centre in the headlines, they remain difficult to detect and treat. But with an app from Cleveland Clinic, high school trainers and coaches in north-east Ohio are using iPad to take the measure of this deceptively dangerous injury.

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Elevating the expedition.

World-class mountaineers Emily Harrington and Adrian Ballinger have climbed some of the highest peaks in the world, from Mount Everest to Mont Blanc. They use iPad and the Gaia GPS app to help them plan routes, summit safely and share their adventures with the world.

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Taking exploration to new depths.

The ocean makes up 71 per cent of the earth’s surface, yet most of it remains a mystery. With the iDive housing and the Benthic Transect app, marine biologist Michael Berumen furthers his research in preserving coral reefs by taking the iPad deep underwater.

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