Unofficial Spotify Interface for the Apple Imaginative and prescient Professional brings ‘Spatial Computing’ to the music app

Whereas the highly-anticipated headset continues to be a methods away, a designer has created a conceptual Spotify interface for the Apple Imaginative and prescient Professional and it appears completely gorgeous. With three panels filling your complete periphery, Kyuna Petrova’s Spotify UI helps you to browse music, view album artwork, set your queue, see artist data, and play/pause/search music . The interface additionally options the signature blurred glass background that adjustments hues together with your atmosphere, creating an immersive app expertise that feels extremely actual and inside your palm’s attain!

Designer: Kyuna Petrova

Petrova’s Spotify UI for spatial computing is kind of totally different from Spotify’s personal desktop computing interface. The bigger show in digital actuality affords far more visible actual property for digital belongings. Your complete UI will be cut up into 4 blurred glass canvases – one taskbar on the left, one management bar on the backside, a most important canvas for searching music, and one other for displaying the album artwork of the energetic track together with the artist bio. That is an extension of Spotify’s desktop app/web site however with simply extra meat within the sauce. The outcome breaks the boundaries of the normal rectangular show, creating one thing far more immersive.

Whereas the interface doesn’t have a ‘darkish mode’, the blurred glass instinctively shifts hues relying in your atmosphere. In a well-lit area, the UI stays mild, however in a darker space, it transforms right into a darkish UI that’s excessive on distinction and simply superb to take a look at. It’s a disgrace Petrova didn’t present what the app appears like when resized, however I think about the album artwork and playback management bar take heart stage. I’d additionally like to see immersive visualizations that fill your atmosphere with psychedelic dynamic artwork because the music performs too. In spite of everything, why would I need to stare at a lounge once I may take a look at responsive movement graphics that dance to my music?!


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