By swiping, touching or dragging his/her finger over the images in the picture gallery, the viewer can create pixel streams that follow his fingertips and that dissolve the image into its very smallest elements and from one picture layer into the next.
The change taking place on the motive does not hold only one - but many different - effects and depends on the actual finger movement. It will differ, when you only touch lightly - or wether you drag your finger, using this as a tool to directly interfere in the motive and creating his/her own visual. The result of this digital process shows great parts of entertainment bundled with an intense creative dialogue with the visuals.
By touching the screen with two fingers, one will make a screenshot of the visual at that state, stored in the image folder of the iPad. From this collection the user can then choose his/her background wallpaper.
A fantastic goodie: Try doing this with an implemented selfie of yourself! It is great fun and a truly creative interaction!