4.0
90 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This is intended as DevArt or perhaps a trance toy, for meditating on the nature of sound.


Inspired by Cymatics but not meant to be scientific it was originally created as an installation piece in the 1980s. I have since ported it to various platforms as a tool for meditation...I feel that looking at these ancient patterns while listening to music or ambient sound helps train the mind see to matter as vibration.

I designed it for tablets but it also works well on phones, it requires opengl es 2.0 and a decent processor, I admit it is a battery hog.

It uses the default mic, swiping left and right changes the complexly, up and down the persistence and a single tap toggles between color and gray scales. Each time you change to color mode it picks a new starting set of colors and evolves them randomly.
Updated on
Mar 19, 2015

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Ratings and reviews

4.0
90 reviews
Dillan Bearschank
June 1, 2019
This app makes me feel like a kid again! i love making random sounds, esspecially the slithering "S" sound. its weird because I tested out the chakra Pure Tones, and the "S" sound creates so much more fractal patterns than the 963Hz
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Andre' Phillips
February 5, 2019
its dope.. just dont think its accurate to real sound images..
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Rose Eve
February 5, 2019
hey i love this, but can you make this into live wallpaper sory if it to much but i realy like this. :D
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What's new

Reduced memory consumption and better handling of orientation.