Posted by Andrew Stevens on November 21st, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
“hyp” stands for hypnotize as this new app provides users with hypnotic visuals, animation, and music to relax to. It comes with a randomize button that automatically switches up the animation and music, and users can also adjust the speed and visual complexity of each animation.
It’s a little cliched to say but Starry Night Interactive Animation is utterly beautiful to look at and interact with.
Taking one of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous pieces of art, Starry Night, iPad users can watch the creation move as well as interact with it themselves.
It’s positively delightful, both peaceful and wondrous with a similarly attractive musical score. Supporting multi touch, users can interact with Starry Night with up to ten fingers at once, making it an ideal app to use with others.
Using a finger to ripple through the artwork is a mesmerising experience, even despite the occassional moments of blurriness.
While I’ve yet to get a chance to see the real Starry Night, this app is a great substitution in the meantime. It’d be great to see other works of art implemented in a similar way in the future. It makes art accessible for the masses and brings it to life for children.
Check out Starry Night Interactive Animation now, priced at $1.99.
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