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Sensory Mica

Sensory Mica is a visually stimulating app that responds to sounds

Sensory Mica is a visually stimulating app that responds to sounds

Sensory Mica

by Sensory Apps Ltd
Sensory Mica
Sensory Mica

What is it about?

Sensory Mica is a visually stimulating app that responds to sounds. Mica can be used to encourage children to vocalize and make sounds, either through the internal microphone or via and external microphone.

App Details

Version
1.0.2
Rating
NA
Size
1Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
May 31, 2016
Release date
May 31, 2016
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App Store Description

Sensory Mica is a visually stimulating app that responds to sounds. Mica can be used to encourage children to vocalize and make sounds, either through the internal microphone or via and external microphone.

Designed to assist with speech therapy, the louder the voice sound, the bigger the shape or pattern becomes.

The size of the effects depend on the volume of the sounds

The colors of the effects change with the pitch of the sounds

Fricative sounds “sss” “sshhh”, “zzzhhh” cause the shape of the effects to change

Mica can be used to encourage to make different sounds and to to vary the characteristics of the sounds.

Mica can be used to encourage to make different sounds and to to vary the characteristics of the sounds.

The minimum sound level threshold for Mica can be varied using the top slider, and also the range or sensitivity can be adjusted via the lower slider. We expect that most users will use the built in microphone of your device, but we find that Mica can respond well to alternative inputs such as a remote and throat microphones.

Due to the way that Mica processes audio to determine pitch, we cannot currently support video/audio output via the Apple Lightning connector to link to external HDMI displays and projectors. We would recommend using Apple AirPlay and and Apple TV to project Mica's display to an external display or capture software.

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