Satromizer: The Glitch-Based iPad OS

Satromizer: The Glitch-Based iPad OS
technology

A reimagining of an iPad operating system purposely inserts glitches into the platform.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 7 december 2010

Satromizer, an interactive glitch-based Adobe Plug-In that began as a humorous collaboration between two programmers, Ben Syverson and Jon Satrom, has now been developed into a full-fledged “operating system” for the iPad. “Satromizer OS” will include new and exciting ways to manipulate and mangle the media on your mobile device through its glichy word processor, desktop drum machine, MP3 sample corruptor, as well as its very own “bug” game. This platform reinterprets the traditional expectations that we have of our device’s fucntionality.

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