Motorola has just created another story for Spotlight. The third story is called "Duet", and just like the previous ones, you can interact with it by moving your Moto device. The big difference this time is the soundtrack that quickly refers to Disney movies.
This morning, when Moto X 2014 arrived here in the newsroom, I went to update the apps and behold the new Spolight came up. The Duet is a Disney animated film directed by Glen Keane, former Disney animator and creator of the characters Ariel, Aladdin, Tarzan and Rapunzel. The script is based on a story of love between two young people, from adolescence.
By rotating the smartphone, we can follow the story on the phone screen. It is worth mentioning that the quality of the fantastic animation and the sound too. All frames were hand-drawn in 3D at 60 frames per second with a Scot Stafford symphonic music soundtrack. We are definitely talking about the best story ever created for Spotlight.
Motorola Spotlight Player
The most curious thing is that the stories that are part of Spotlight, are created by Google's advanced technology and projects division, the same one that accounts for Project Tango, and became part of the search giant after the sale of Motorola. So it wouldn't be a surprise to see Spotlight coming to other devices than just Motorola in the future.
What the Motorola Spotlight Player
For those who don't know, Motorola Spotlight Player uses 3D graphics to deliver interactive, real-time stories. In addition, the chance to experience the new rendering engine of Android 5.0 Lollipop, as well as the lighting effects OpenGL-ES 3.1. Spotlight Player requires Android 4.2 or higher.
And what did you think of Duet? As an Android user, would you like to see this app on your phone?
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