Hypnotic Spiral App

So, your brain is sometimes mean to you? It left you alone in that last exam? Then we got what you need. Today is pay day. Today is time to pay back. Trick your brain with this optical illusion: a rotating and swirling spiral, hypnotizing and confusing your brain. It has it all; moving around, squeezing and squishing and all of that adjustable to your liking. Of course speed and colors are customizable. Use the presets, if the myriad of options becomes too overwhelming.

This app is another fun app from us for you and we won't be getting on your nerves. So our app will not ask for any unnecessary permissions, has no ads, is for free and you use it on your own risk. Enjoy it.

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Warning and Usage Statement (Hypnosis)

This app was produced purely for fun purposes. It uses a rotating spiral as optical illusion to trick your brain and give you a brief confusing / vexing feeling. Do not go beyond this purpose. Do not use this app for anything else. Do not stress the limits. Be responsible. Especially do not use the app while working, driving or in other potentially dangerous situations.

In no way we had any therapeutically use in mind. You are prohibited to use this app for any therapeutically uses, either on yourself or on others, unless you are a certified physician, psychologist or therapist, who exactly knows what s/he is doing, or if you have been instructed to do so by such a person.

Warning (Epilepsy) - Photosensitivity and Seizures

This app involves rolling images, flickering or flashing lights, visual patterns and contrasting colors. Under certain conditions this may trigger seizures in photosensitive people:

"For about 3 percent of people with epilepsy, exposure to flashing lights at certain intensities or to certain visual patterns can trigger seizures. This condition is known as photosensitive epilepsy. Photosensitive epilepsy is more common in children and adolescents, especially those with generalized epilepsy, and a type known as juvenile myoclonic epilepsy. It becomes less frequent with age, with relatively few cases in the mid twenties. Many people are unaware that they are sensitive to flickering lights or to certain kinds of patterns until they have a seizure. They may never go on to develop epilepsy with spontaneous seizures. They could just have seizures triggered by certain photic conditions. Many individuals who are disturbed by light exposure do not develop seizures at all, but have other symptoms such as headache, nausea, dizziness and more. They do not have epilepsy. ..."
(Source Epilepsy Foundation, http://www.epilepsy.com/learn/triggers-seizures/photosensitivity-and-seizures; please visit the link for more information or consult your physician.)

Consult your physician before using this app, if you or a relative has experienced symptoms linked to epileptic conditions (e.g. a seizure or loss of awareness).

Use the software with responsibility, esp. when sharing it with others or using it in public places! Do not stare at the app and do not use the app for a prolonged time. Immediately stop using the app when you or the user starts developing unusual symptoms. Take frequent breaks and look away from the screen every once in a while.
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Additional Information

June 20, 2014
Current Version
Requires Android
2.2 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
xox interactive
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