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The original neutrino-inspired art sound toy! Remix the galaxy in a fluid environment of sound, movement and abstract shape.
"Makes me feel like an über-sophisticated lounge lizard"
"If Brian Eno and Jackson Pollack had a love child . . ."
Fun ways to use Neutrino:
fast, fun sound compositions (alone or with friends)
DJ your own ambient soundscape, anywhere, anytime, any galaxy
play with the intersect of sound, gesture and dynamic visuals
secrets of the universe
acts like the calculator Mr. Sulu always wanted
multi-touch audio/visual controls
Best used at:
particle physicists' cocktail parties
long elevator rides
moments set aside for casual play
I never had such a strong reaction to a simulation of the "weak interaction"
Move over muons, neutrinos are the new black!
I'm not sure why Super Kamiokande is so big, this app is awesome!
Headphones are recommended.
Not intended for use by actual particle physicists.
What's New in Version 1.1
★ Rotate and tilt to control all new sounds.
★ More responsive background movement.
★ Now optimized for iPad.
Doesn't really do all that mush.
The graphics are good, the sounds clear and clean but I can tilt my New iPad till the cows comes home without any noticeable affect on the sound. If I touch the screen enough to look like some of the screens supplied by the developer and I hang the pp and the iDevice frothing a reset of the device. I gather thy most of the developers descriptions are meant to be tongue-in-cheek but I admit I was a Biology major, not physics, but secrets of the Universe? The calculator that Sulu dreamed of? I think it was worth the little that they charged for this but it would be nice, 1) if tilting the device made a noticeable difference in the next sound generated on my 3rd Gen. iPad and 2) you won't hang the iPad 3gen.
This is real fun, if you use headphones and do something rhythmically useful. background has some lo-freq that sounds like Tibetan chanting, can not hear this w/o headphones. Other review here says a new sound cuts off last sounds, that's quite untrue, it's made to sound like analog delay with long feedback.
I mean it's not even a dollar.. it's fun. it's well worth half the price of a cup of coffee..
This is a great app to get lost in. I do recommend playing with it on your iPad. I found the larger canvas to experiment with gave a lot more room for play... no pun intended! Discovering the different sounds you can make with tilting your device is all fun. You truly get to be your own audio-visual DJ. Suggestion for next time: enable recording and sharing of your improv play!
- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: Feb 17, 2011
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 5.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Lowell Robinson
- © 2011 Lowell Robinson
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.