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Stroboscopic Effect for iOS

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  • Did you ever notice the wheels on the car driving next to you sometimes appear to be spinning backwards? This is referred to as the stroboscopic...
  • Last updated on 3/4/2011
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Did you ever notice the wheels on the car driving next to you sometimes appear to be spinning backwards? This is referred to as the stroboscopic...
Did you ever notice the wheels on the car driving next to you sometimes appear to be spinning backwards? This is referred to as the stroboscopic (or wagon-wheel) effect. It occurs when an object is rotated at certain speeds, making the object to appear to stop or even go backwards.Rotate 4 different objects in either direction (clockwise or counterclockwise). You can increase the speed until you see it appear to stop or reverse. On one of the objects, a wheel with different colored alternating rings, you can make it appear as if the rings of this single option are turning in opposite directions.Universal App - supports native iPad, iPhone and iPhone 4's Retina display.WARNING - Those with Epilepsy or those subject to seizures are usually cautioned to avoid strobe lights or similar effects.

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