By Jason Martineau
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Morpheus - The Greek god of sleep and dreams.
**now customized for the iPad, with newer high resolution images**
A great bedside companion for those of you who sometimes have trouble falling asleep. When you first launch the application, you can interact with the screen by touching or dragging, creating billows and circles of mist. Layers of soft ambient music begin to play, which always occur randomly. The background gently fades through a series of non-associative abstract images, calming and soothing the mind while quieting thoughts. Beautiful and colorful geometric forms intermittently appear, approaching you gradually as they fade away.
At the bottom of the screen the info button takes you to a timer, set this for any length up to 30 minutes, and place the iPad on a table, or by your bedside, and breathe deeply. When the timer elapses, the application will end, allowing the iPad, also, to fall asleep.
Original music and digital imagery by Jason Martineau.
Not very interactive
Series of images are displayed and New Age music plays. Touching the screen makes some light patches appear, but that isn't enough to make this interesting. Wish that it would respond more, be more interactive or give users some options or control. Touching the screen does add some twinkling sounds, but not worth the money, IMO.