Bomb is a visual-musical instrument
Bomb is a visual-musical instrument. It uses alife, and is alife. It runs on your PC and produces animated organic graphics in response to the keyboard, audio music, or on its own. You can download it from this web site, and run it on your PC.
I encourage you to make your own "music" to work with Bomb, or just use it as a screensaver. I am always thrilled to hear about what people do with it, so please keep me informed if you make something of it. Collaboration is also a possibility. Mail me, or talk to other users in the discussion forum.
What's New in This Release:
automatically failover from ESD to nosound.
add quicktime output (on control-v).
Download Bomb 1.26
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