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June 11, 2008
Moodstream from Getty Images lets you tune your head
Getty Images, the huge stock photo agency, has made a toy that uses its vast archive of footage, photos and music clips to create an environment you can modify.
Its called Moodstream: “Any mood can take you places,” says the blurb.
Sliders let you pick the mood. Here's the panel -- it's in the upper left of your screen, superimposed on the images of the moment.
You can pop out a playlist to see what that song is -- as I did after I heard a twangy country voice singing, "I can run OS X on a Dell" when I toned down the frenetic beat to the settings above.
This could be fun to play with, even better if you can port it to your big TV.
Posted by Sheila Lennon at 10:13 AM | Permalink
thanks for the writeup!
As for TV, hook a nice mac mini up to your tv and use plainview and you're good to go! www.barbariangroup.com/software
Posted by: rick Webb on June 11, 2008 4:49 PM