G-Force is an audio visualization plug-in for media players and can also visualize auxiliary or "line-in" audio. G-Force features fast anti-aliased effects, millions of possible effect combinations, savable and scriptable effects, video file export capabilities, and unparalleled expandability. G-Force is designed to entertain you on its own, but there are manys it can be customized and extended.
G-Force is unquestionably the most dynamic and sophisticated, yet entirely artistic, music visualization available - and it keeps getting better. This is a direct result of creator Andy O'Meara's strong roots in mathematics and computing theory combined with a passion for music and visual art. If you've seen G-Force in action, you know this isn't an exaggeration... see the screenshots for yourself. Andy's unique abilities and experiences will continue to change the face of music visualization, but it will take many months of hard work and concentration: ultra-dynamic, yet highly artistic, music visualization is uncharted waters.
WhiteCap was the first generation, G-Force is the second generation, and the new project, code-named Project X, will be the third generation of this rising class of software. As much as possible, Andy will focus his time on Project X, retrofitting WhiteCap and G-Force as is appropriate. For example, the third generation engine under development will decrease a G-Force and WhiteCap config CPU load by 100 to 10,000 times, allowing incredibly more intricate configs than previously possible. As one user said, WhiteCap will look "less like a 'wireframe' and more like a 'square of fabric'."
Digital connectivity and computing hardware are opening new doors for digital artists, but these doors can't be opened without user support. A free version of G-Forcewill always be available, but users can also upgrade to an enhanced version, G-Force "Gold". Upgrading to G-Force Gold provides more visual effects and enhanced visual functionality.