Erik Loyer: Strange Rain | KCET
Erik Loyer: Strange Rain
Loyer has been working with electronic text in an array of interactive projects for many years. He is also responsible for Ruben & Lullaby, for example, another app that again reoriented our relationship to our mobile devices by giving new meaning to common actions, such as shaking and touching, and again used music as a key element in how we understand the orchestration of story and emotion through gesture and the interface.
Nicely timed for the holidays, Strange Rain is a welcome addition to the genre of artistic games and experiences for the all too often instrumental uses of mobile devices. The app is available through iTunes for $1.99, and would make a terrific gift for the media art aficionado on your list! Below, Loyer describes Strange Rain and how it works.
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