June 23, 2015 in Mac OSX (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, California - Moving Art, in collaboration with Magic Window, launches Magic Flowers, a new app exclusively for Mac that delivers breathtaking, slow-moving timelapse flowers to be used as wallpapers and screen savers, captured by the Master of Timelapse, Louie Schwartzberg.
Magic Flowers uses timelapse to reveal an intimate and unprecedented high-definition glimpse into the hidden world of flowers. The nature-based app includes a total of 42 unique flowers, 4 color filters, adjustable speed, and complete multi-monitor support. Each flower slowly blooms over time, showcasing magical changes in light, texture and color. You'll experience slow and subtle movement that does not distract but instead delivers instant gratification through visual meditation.
Viewers will be mesmerized by observing the rhythms of nature. Studies show that observing nature on screens can lower heart rates, reduce anxiety, increase concentration and focus and decrease levels of stress hormones and increase a sense of well-being and calm. Magic Flowers is designed to inspire our connection to nature and to our own inner wisdom. For more information, visit movingart.com/magicflowers.
Magic Flowers for the Mac includes 42 moving flower wallpapers - 22 are built into the app, and 20 are downloaded after you install the app. Enjoy observing the lifecycle of these beautiful flowers as they expand and collapse slowly on your screen as wallpaper or screen saver. Set the speed to "fastest" for quick moving flowers, or to "slowest" and the wallpaper will change so slowly you hardly perceive any movement. Magic Flowers scenes are full 16:9 HD resolution (1920x1080) and look fantastic on most Mac models (OS/X 10.9 Mavericks and later). Magic Flowers fully supports multiple monitors, allowing you to have different scenes on each display and to selectively enable or disable displays. Experience the app on as many Macs as you want and download scenes as many times as you want at no additional charge.
* OS X 10.9 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 702 MB
Pricing and Availability
Magic Flowers 1.0 launched June 15, 2015 exclusively in the Mac App Store and is featured as Best New App by Apple. It is currently ranked #1 in Entertainment in United States. Magic Flowers is available on Mac for $4.99 (USD). To learn more, or to download the app, visit Moving Art online.
Louie Schwartzberg is the only cinematographer in the world who has been shooting time-lapse 24/7 continuously for well over three decades, mastering the art of filmmaking in his quest to uncover the mysteries of the living universe, the secrets of nature, and the heart of the human soul. Through his company Moving Art, Louie brings his stunning time-lapse and nature cinematography to audiences as diverse as The United Nations, TED, NASA, Oprah Winfrey's Super Soul Sunday, and 3D IMAX theaters worldwide. His film "What's Possible", directed by Lyn Lear and narrated by Morgan Freeman, recently opened the United Nations Global Climate Summit in New York. He is currently developing a web series on gratitude with the John Templeton Foundation. In addition to his feature films, Schwartzberg also curates Moving Art(TM), the world's first collection of 2D and 3D moving images created as fine art for digital screens, from nature to cityscapes to visual effects. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Moving Art. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.