VOSC Visual Synthesizer

VOSC is a visual particle synthesizer that allows for the manipulation of large numbers of on screen particles through the use of oscillators. By manipulating the size, shape, and frequency of the oscillators, some very intricate patterns can be created.

A primary visual mechanism at work in VOSC is the phenomenon of visual harmony as explored by the computer graphics pioneer and visual artist John Whitney in the mid 20th century. The oscillators of VOSC operate in accordance with Whitney's principle of differential motion, giving rise to harmonic resonances as their frequencies move across whole ratios.

VOSC is driven by GPU shaders, which maximize the efficiency of the calculations necessary to position and render the particles. The performance of VOSC is therefore dependent on the capacity of your device's GPU. Those on typical mid-range devices (1GHz, single-core), can run VOSC at high frame rates with 64,000 particles. High end devices should be capable of 5-10 times this number.
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What's New

v.1.1.1 update

Features:
-Support for toggling interface by taping screen.
-Better preset patches with higher resolutions.

Fixes:
-Support for devices with xxhdi screens.
-Stability and performance improvements with AIR 4.0.
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Additional Information

Eligible for Family Library
Eligible if bought after 7/2/2016. Learn More
Updated
March 26, 2014
Size
12M
Installs
50+
Current Version
1.1.1
Requires Android
2.2 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
fuguelike
Developer
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