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June 15, 2007


screenshot of Magnetosphere in action

Here's a little bit o'beauty for your weekend. The folks at barbarian software have just released a iTunes visualizer called Magnetosphere, and it's already getting rave reviews for its haunting, hypnotic display.

Magnetosphere pulses and flows in perfect synch to your music. Grab the free download, install it, watch a few songs and you may find yourself never needing to watch another music video.

By the way, Magnetosphere was developed in the Processing programming language, which is rapidly becoming the tool for artists who use video display as their canvas. See the adjoining post for info on the first comprehensive book on Processing.

(Thanks O'Reilly Radar)

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at June 15, 2007 04:27 PM