Bring your screen into full bloom
Magic Flowers app is available exclusively in the Mac App Store and App Store as well as on Apple TV
Magic Flowers, a new Mac and iOS app, features breathtaking, slow-moving timelapse flowers captured by the Master of Timelapse, Louie Schwartzberg. Through his company Moving Art and in collaboration with Magic Window, Magic Flowers uses timelapse to reveal an intimate and unprecedented high-definition glimpse into the hidden world of flowers, from exotic varieties to a classic rose. Each flower slowly blooms over time, showcasing magical changes in light, texture and color. The goal is to create slow and subtle movement that does not distract but instead delivers instant gratification through visual mediation.
On your Mac, observe 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. This app works for people who like both motion and static wallpaper.
42 moving flower wallpapers and screen savers
Supports multiple monitors
Supports OS/X 10.9 and later
On your iPhone or iPad, interact with the flowers and bring them to life using touch screen technology. Relax with soothing ambient sounds of nature. Use the app to check the weather while experiencing the breathtaking beauty of blooming flowers. Connect the app to Apple TV through AirPlay to bring the flowers to any large display.
18 interactive flowers with touch screen
Ambient sounds of nature
Supports iOS 7 or later
Behind the Lens – The Master of Timelapse
Known as the Master of Timelapse and altered speed cinematography, Louie Schwartzberg is an award winning cinematographer, director and producer who brings nature cinematography to audiences as diverse as The United Nations, TED, NASA, Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday, and 3D IMAX theaters worldwide.
Louie’s work captures on film what is too slow, too fast, too small or too vast for the unaided human eye to see. His timelapse cinematography reimagines distance, scale and time to inspire, educate and perhaps even shift our perspective of life on this planet.
Help and Support
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