John Savio just created a full-sized full-body iPhone for his Halloween costume that runs Gravilux (see at 0:17 and 0:57 on the video below):
Archive for October, 2010
“After decades of clumsy museum installations, interactive art has found an unlikely home on the iPhone, and it’s oddly fun. All of digital artist Scott Sona Snibbe’s apps are worth the low price of admission, but Bubble Harp is the most unique. Each tap creates a new cell-like element—a white dot and white membrane that crowds in among the other cells as they twitch and flow across the black screen. There’s music, too, but the real thrill is in creating stark, pulsing little doodles that are weirdly evocative and organic.”
Antograph 1.1 was released today featuring “real” ants. Ants are now small animated creatures. You can change their size with the new toolbar that comes up when you tap the bottom of the screen. Also added is the ability to email photos and post to Facebook, and support for high-res retina displays and iOS 4.1.
SCREENSHOTS AND ICON
Bubble Harp 2.1 was released yesterday and now allows you to save and load your creations. The complete list of upgrades includes:
- Now you can save and load Bubble Harp creations: touch “Save” and “Load” in the share menu.
- It’s now easier to bring up toolbar – just tap once at bottom of screen.
- Music is now turned on by default for new users.
- Bubble Harp files can be copied from the app – go into iTunes and find the “.bhp” files under the app, which you can email to friends or share online.
- Two settings are available now in the “Settings” app: one to to allow double-tap to bring up the toolbar (if you find the toolbar coming up too easily), and the other to enable/disable music.