PRLog - Nov. 8, 2009 - LOS ANGELES -- In Early 2009, Ambient Channel released a self-titled iPhone app. It consists of nine high-def video art with sound. The collection is ecclectic with such video as a soothing Koi Fish Pond, LA and DC Downtown Time Lapse, Piranha Fish Tank, Deep Space Travel, and a House Party Background.
The piranha fish tank shown displayed in an Appstand.
All loopable videos are shot on a Sony HDR and SLR digital cameras and include original music and sound composed by WithSound. There is the option to choose 'Random' or 'Play-All' to display a sequence of videos for possible display using an Appstand.
With Appstand, your iPhone slips into the plastic frame and any app turns it into a digital picture frame, but your iPhone or iPod is the only thing digital about it. This way, they offer a simple, and more affordable product versatile enough for a wide range of applications. One of those applications, 'Ambient Channel' seemed fitting for a product like Appstand.
The latest verson 1.1 of the app includes an info page to promote the use of the product. At the same time Appstand is including print material in the product packaging to suggest Ambient Channel.
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AmbientChannel.tv is the place to stream high definition video art. Using the latest web video compression technology. Anyone with an HDTV connected with broadband can display video art to any living room, office, restaurant, or party.