The music will be visualized by all of the stars in the galaxy. 15 different themes for the music visualization are included. Control your ride through space with the interactive gyroscope and travel through the endless star fields of this majestic spiral galaxy!
Create your own Galaxy journey by choosing from stars like Sirius and Alpha Centauri. You can then change the color, size and brightness of the stars, the speed of your journey and much more. 2 different flights and a Live wallpaper are included.
Watch this music visualizer on your TV with Chromecast! This is perfect for parties or chillout sessions. It is a special experience to watch this music visualizer on a big screen. All you need is a Chromecast connected to your TV. You can then stream the visuals and the music from the mobile to the TV.
You can choose between 16 different backgrounds and 2 different journeys; "Warp drive journey" and "Merkaba generator journey". Battery saving functionality is also available.
Both a Live wallpaper and a fullscreen visualizer is included. Both of these have music visualization. Choose "Visualizer" from the startscreen to start the fullscreen visualizer. Play your music with any music player. The app will then follow and visualize the music.
****How to change the music syncing capabilities****
You can adjust these music syncing capabilities: Music colors, Music colors change rate, Speed
1) Music colors
The app chooses the colors for the stars based on how the music sounds. This will result in a very colorful music visualization. You can choose between 15 different color themes for this.
You can adjust the speed of the journey so it harmonizes with the speed of the music. It would be better if this could be done with BPM syncing in the software of the app, but the mobile processors are not powerful enough for this yet.
The app will turn to default mode without reacting to the music, when no music is playing or if you disable "music visualization"
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