Thursday, 18 October 2012

iPad Puzzle Game Uses Imagery From NASA Database

A graphic puzzle game for the iPad, OKO, uses images from the NASA database. In the game, these awe-inspiring images—that are taken from space—are broken up into collages of rotating concentric circles.

The goal is to align these circles to form a complete picture by stopping them at the right moment. Not only is it a good way to train your eyes and reflexes, OKO is also a great way to take a visual journey through space. OKO is available on the iTunes store.

Disclaimer: Some images hosted on this blog have been collected from external research associates to be presented as stimulus to those seeking news from the cutting edge of packaging. The imagery is not being presented as our own and copyright still belongs to the owner/creator of said work.

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