I just got it. It really works. Just .99¢
Do you think there was hard-core math and physics involved in doing this trick with the motor vibrations, or just a lucky coincidence that a fairly common vibration pattern causes the phone to rotate?I saw this app and wrote an article about it actually, cant post the article but its amazing how they can calibrate the frequencies to cause the 5 to rotate at such a constant speed.
Apparently it works best for the iPhone 5 due to its lightweight design but it works with the 4/4S also just not as well.
Yep, definitely not worth the effort in removing the phone from a heavy-duty case (like the Otterbox Defender), then getting it back in there. I can stand in one place and rotate fairly well using my own feet, and I would have the added benefit of being able to record sound. But nonetheless, I had to buy this app immediately after I read about it.Fun, but definitely a gimmick.
I think it was probably coincidental that they noticed a certain vibration pattern caused the phone to rotate in one direction. So they packaged it up with video and cashed in on all the people who are willing to part with a buck to see their phone spin around in a circle.Do you think there was hard-core math and physics involved in doing this trick with the motor vibrations, or just a lucky coincidence that a fairly common vibration pattern causes the phone to rotate?