the future is so bright, we’re wearing safety goggles
Aside from bringing you cool new video content we have some pretty awesome updates in store. As we progress, this page will serve as a roadmap of future feature releases and updates. For now, here’s a general idea of what’s coming soon!
- Create Playlists
Want to play a series of KaleidoVideos that you created on your widescreen TV? Use you VGA cables or AirPlay and Apple TV to add a psychedelic atmosphere to your next party.
- Sync your iPod Music to your KaleidoVideo Clips
Make your own unique music videos by un-syncing the soundtrack on videos shot with your device and re-syncing music from you iPod library.
- Rotating Mirror Effects
You simply have to see them to believe them.
- Synesthetic Auto Pilot
Auto Pilot is like a kaleidoscopic visualizer. Beats are detected, touch points are randomized, yet synced to beats, enhancing the synesthetic qualities of the App. Create a playlist and let auto pilot bring your party to life.
- Ken Burns Effects
Leave a touch point anywhere off-center and after a few moments, with Ken Burns Effects on, touch points gently drift back to center.
- Tap-to-Add-Mirror Effect
Fold the mirrors in, adding and subtracting them one division at a time, with two and three-finger taps.
- Professional VJ Add-On
Our biggest goal yet! The professional Add-On brings clip editing, ins and outs, playlist jumps and drag and drop edits, and invisible drawers that are control panels which allow changes without exiting the playback.
and of course these known issues are our top priority
When we learn about issues, we’ll add them here and keep them here until we resolve them. If you run into any problems, please check here before letting us know about it.
- “No Movies Found” message & first experience loop
When you first download the App, if you do not have any videos in your Photo library, you will receive a message that encourages you to transfer some movies to your library using iPhoto or record a movie using the device’s camera. At this point, you must quit the app and do as suggested to get past the loop. In the future, if you remove all of the video content on the device, you may encounter this message again, however, when you click “okay” you will stop seeing the message. You will be taken to the KaleidoVision library page and you will have the option to add from the Free Video page or from your Photo app.
- “Problem Accessing Videos” message
This message generally informs the user that iPhoto video content that was recently added to the Photos App was not recognized by KaleidoVision. In most cases quitting and restarting Photos and/or syncing the device will resolve the issue, however, one user reports not getting past this message on either their iPhone or iPad 2. Needles to say it is a top priority for us to understand and resolve this issue. If this happens to you, please let us know at