By Jasmine Music Technology, LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Kaleidora® is a collection of innovative games that combine visual stimulation with our own Audio Illusion Technology (AIT). In the game, various objects move in space, colliding with each other and forming a brilliant kaleidoscopic display as well as musical tones at each collision. As you play the game, you will hear a random sequence of musical tones, and the AIT processing helps your brain continuously assemble them into what seem like musical phrases and melodies. This active involvement of the brain in processing audio information develops the power of concentration and promotes Yogic Tranquility of the mind.
The Lite Version starts you out with a basic collection of presets. Or, get the expanded Full Version or the Deluxe Version.
Begin training your mind and attain Yogic Tranquility!
Coming Soon: Kaleidora-X and Kaleidora-Q. Also: www.Kaleidora.com support site.
© Jasmine Music Technology, LLC
Non-intuitive collection of sounds
This is a visual music creation engine mislabeled as a game or "collection of innovative games." There are better categories to define it. If you think a collection of resonate sounds may help you achieve a yogic state of tranquility, go for it. All else need not bother since you risk dying of confused boredom. Each version offers a few changes to the interface - IE: the "lite" version has mirrors to work vaguely like a kaleidoscope, but not as entertaining. Other versions don't have the mirrors, but have different options available. These minor changes really should have been incorporated into one app rather than spread thinly over 4-5 apps. Since all the apps are free at the moment, I can only imagine that the point of spreading them out over multiple apps is in preparation of reintroducing charges. Being interested in music, gaming and having a toddler in the house, I downloaded the full set of apps (free) in hopes of finding something my toddler and I could play with for some audio & visual stimulation that responds to touch... and maybe transcend our earthly plane in the process... turned out to be a waste of time.
The description calls this a game. If so, I just don't see the objective. And if the goal is to help you achieve tranquility, this app fails miserably. The background music alone is more irritating than soothing.