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Tumult HD

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rated 3.70 / 5 stars
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deleon

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Uploaded
Mar 23, 2011 | 3:23 PM EDT

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Math is beautiful.

Tumult is art that evolves and comes to life at your control. It's an instrument to play music for eyes. Discover chords, put on a show, explore and experiment with different types and sequences of clicks to internalize how it works. With a little practice, you'll have a surprising amount of control over the chaotic light as it dances.

Try distant clicking, quick drags, rolling the drag slightly horizontally or vertically, alternating click locations... Its sensitivity is the source of its power and flexibility.

Reviews


A07PlayerA07Player

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is soooo GREAT to look at, when you're high.......



maru120maru120

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

I like this very much=D good work



reddeye5reddeye5

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Did the doughnut

....awesome program this.


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DeLeonGames responds:

Thanks!

Just for kicks, here's a screenshot my doughnut:
http://i.imgur.com/7DtqL.jpg


JZEJZE

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Is this in any way related to the iPad app?

Just spectacular.


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DeLeonGames responds:

Thank you!


ewwd456ewwd456

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

coridates

i think you should add like coordinates or a save feature for images we like.


DeLeonGames responds:

I appreciate the feedback! However I am a believer in the idea that there is certain beauty in transience, and that is the sort of engagement I was going for.

Fireworks, as an example, seem to lose their magic when watched through a camera lens, turning attention from appreciation of the spectacle into focusing on how it can be somehow bottled up to share with others later.

Tumult is tuned to be precise and consistent enough that it can be learned like an instrument - with a bit of practice, there's no longer a need to save coordinates, since positions and transitional gestures can reproduce any favorite effect with much greater dimensionality in an organic, performative manner.