Fractal Flow VR Lucid Dreaming

3.6
63 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

*** You need a cardboard, Durovis Dive or similar VR kit to experience this app ***

Did you already realize how much playful space there is between the particles? How precious it is to experience it in its pure form?
Have you ever experienced the feeling of movement without a body, without a road, without any limitation?
Do you know how it feels to get awake in a dream state and let everything go?

This app aims to recreate experiences I had in lucid dreaming state:
-fractal flow
-3D object creation
-fireworks
-looking at earth from space

This is not a final version: it is a pretotype (nice word), because I feel embarassed by it ;)
Still I am very curious how you like it. If you have any special wishes you can mention them in the reviews.

Samsung S6/S7 users: please switch to maximum resolution before using this app: otherwise screen will be distorted. (Android 7.0 update switched these devices out of max resolution.)

Please turn off this app immediately if you feel dizzy or nauseous.
Please do not use this app if you have a heart problem or any serious mental illness.
Please do not use this app if you are drunk or under psychedelic chemical effects.
Updated on
Sep 9, 2017

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3.6
63 reviews
A Google user
May 2, 2019
It's OK, not so much lucid stimulation, more of a VR demo. Movement tracking is very jerky and wobbles even when still. Also the cardboard osd (the x and gear icon and the divider) are always visible.
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A Google user
October 17, 2019
These are all great little demos, but I especially find the fractal/particle flow section a poignant experience. Something about it evokes a range of feelings of wonderment, happiness, sadness that I associate with childhood, and hadn't thought about for quite a while. Really unusual. Thanks to the dev for this unique experience.
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A Google user
December 23, 2018
What's on there is pretty good. I'd like to be able to customize the shapes. The fractal aspect was a bit lacking.
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What's new

Check out the new motivation part!
Fix fireworks (still slow)

Samsung S6-S8 users please switch to max resolution before using this app.