Dale Chihuly is the mind behind the glass blowing app named after him.
Chihuly, available now in the Apple App Store, is based on Dale’s years of work as a glass blowing artist. His breathtaking, colorful work has been displayed all over the world and now he’s sharing the art form with smartphone users in a simple to use glass blowing app.
The app is very straightforward and begins with a regular piece of glass. Users literally blow on their iPhone screen and the glass moves in response to the strength of the blow. A strong blow will transform the glass a lot, so be careful. Once the glass is in the desired form, colors can be played with and entire installations can be created.
Chihuly is a Glass Blowing App That Interacts with Your Breath
1. Interactive Glass-blowing Apps - Growth of interactive glass-blowing apps based on real-world experiences presents opportunities for AR/VR technology integration.
2. Smartphone-based Art Creation - Development of user-friendly smartphone apps that simulate art creation and allow for increased accessibility and engagement with the arts industry.
3. Gamification of Art Creation - Integration of gamification elements in apps like Chihuly could increase user engagement and expand market reach for the arts industry.
1. Arts and Culture - Opportunities to increase accessibility and audience engagement through technological innovation in art creation and display.
2. Mobile App Development - Demand for user-friendly and intuitive mobile apps that simulate real-world experiences presents a growth opportunity for mobile developers.
3. AR/VR Technology - Integration of AR/VR technology in art creation apps provides new opportunities for innovation in both the arts and technology industries.