(I finally found some free time today—can you tell?)

Anyway, just saw this online; and I had forgotten that I had played a role in it.

Thanks to Yale University Press and The Josef Albers Foundation...

Josef Albers' Interaction of Color has been made into an iPad app. 

All the content from the original books including the color studies, plus interactive exercises, and interviews with artists and designers about their own work with color. Being able to perform the exercises as Albers intended (and seeing the colors in RGB) is pretty neat, I must say. Can't wait to get a copy.

It will be (Yale tells us) available soon at the app store. Stay tuned.