Uzu is a kinetic particle visualizer powered by multi-touch technology. Sounds interesting? Actually, it doesn’t sound as good as it’s great when you’re using it. It’s one of those apps you have to try, and that’s why I decided to not write a review, but to shoot a video with my iPhone 4 - showing two friends of mine “playing” Uzu.
They never touched an iPad before, and were immediately attracted by the app. Check out the video after the break (Vimeo link), or go download the app here.
(video recorded on iPhone 4 and edited with iMovie)
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