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Voidie [iPhone, iPad, oF]

We are happy to announce that after only 2 day review at Apple, new CAN app is now available in the AppStore. Created in collaboration with Francis Lam aka dbdbking, Voidie is an abstract depiction of the Great Void which uses a sound reactive particle system illustrating the activity around it. The app also functions as an audio visualizer and a clock. Double tap to toggle the Clock interface displayed using beautiful particle clusters. Use the multi-touch interface you can create your own audiovisual expressions or just position your iPad or iPhone near the speaker to see visuals come alive.

Francis Lam aka dbdbking was blogged on CAN a number of times. We first got to know his work through Bitboxland, half soundtoy, half game, it is a a unique and joyful audiovisual playground. Cloudie was the follow up, one again a simple beatbox game inspired by the little clouds at the corner of We also loved Goldfish Music Box, inspired by his own art installation that tracks movement of fish and turns them into sound, this app was the iPhone version that allows you to converts color into music. How could we also forget the range of apps inspired by Francis’ web art project including AskNumen, Numen Camera and Tap Numen. Many inspiring apps and we are very happy to have him onboard.

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Platform: iPhone / iPad (Universal)
Version: 1.0
Cost: $1.99
Developer: CreativeApplications.Net

Posted on: 22/12/2010

Posted in: iOS, openFrameworks

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    • Calybro

      This app is a total rip off. Not that creative, buggy, doesn’t react to sound as well, and claims to have features that dont exist. Should have been free as a nice demo from CAN. don’t buy it, look at the pictures, its the same thing.