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Liqflow on the N900 – simple visual delight

| December 20, 2009 | Reply

I remember seeing demonstrated for the first time at OneDotZero by its creator, Gary Birkett.

Liqflow uses the N900’s accelerometer and touch screen to bring about a simple yet mesmerising movement of dots that

  • change colour depending on speed of their movement [gray/white when slow moving – ascends across a rainbow of colorus as it picks up speed)
  • Change direction/pattern of movement as influenced first by accelerometer or by by the swiping on the screen
  • change size depending on accelerometer intensity

It kinda reminds me of those tripple LED glow sticks that appear white when static but show Red/Blue/Green – and I suppose you could actually use this application for such a purpose. If not, it’s just a neat application in itself.

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doWkc67QwM8]

Random post – this was meant to be uploaded along with the the four other apps yesterday:

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Category: Maemo, Nokia, Nseries, Video

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