This week's best iPad apps bring beautiful things to you. Though you might not be able to travel to great distances or through time, you can still check out the catalog from the London Design Museum, see how the Titanic was built, and stay up-to-date with the Masters, all from your tablet.
Building Titanic: This beast of a boat didn't prove to be unsinkable as it was billed, but with this app you can see how it was constructed. A stop motion video shows just how the Titanic was created, with a timeline taking it from the moment the first keel was laid to when it took off on its fateful journey. Free
The Design Museum Collection: London's Design Museum is chock-full of lovely goods, and while you might not be making the trip to London, you can still check out a sampling of the collection. The app presents 59 objects both modern and classic in film, images, audio, and text. Highlights include the Vespa, the Kindle, and the Anglepoise lamp, among other gems. Free
Official Masters Tournament: A ticket to the Masters is expensive, and if you're not on the list well, good luck. But there's no reason you can't keep up with the tournament with this app. It includes livestreams of all of CBS's Masters coverage, as well as high points from the weekend, up-to-the-minute scoring, and player profiles. You can also educate yourself on Masters' history and familiarize yourself with the course through extensive photo galleries and maps. Free
Mad Magazine: The classic satire-packed mag has taken its parodies to the iPad. Here you download new, interactive issues and buy old ones. Though the app itself is free, you'll have to pay if you want to purchase anything other than a preview. Free