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The world's first color themed DVD designed to soothe the senses.
A brand new way to experience TV.
A continuous display of skies drifting through a seamless sequence of ever changing color designed to soothe the senses.
easy to use
synchronizes with all music
designed to soothe your senses
20-page color booklet
28 color and audio combinations
36 unique shades
180 minutes of color programming
Color & Sound
6 powerful colors
4 audio options
Colorcalm is the world's first DVD designed to soothe your senses. Colorcalm is set to become one of the most talked about consumer products of its time.Nearly all of us have TV screens in our lives. We use them as sources of comfort, information and entertainment. Now, you don't have to turn off the TV to find relaxation, inspiration and calm.
Described in the press as "Prozac for your TV", Colorcalm has been hailed as the next big accessory for those in search of inner peace. Colorcalm appeals to those leading stressful, constantly-on-the-go lifestyles, who like to invest in experiences such as spas, yoga, candles and home fragrances.
This novel DVD can be played on any DVD player. Just as scented candles have become ubiquitous in people's homes, Colorcalm is illuminating people=92s TV screens with beautiful colors and soothing skies.
"Colorcalm may prove as effective or more so in accelerating recovery and providing restorative experience." -- Nancy Etcoff PhD, psychologist and Director of a Program in Aesthetics & Well Being, Harvard University
"It's one of 2004's most unique DVD releases!...If you're a fan of color I'm sure you'll enjoy Colorcalm: Skies. -- DVD Talk Magazine
"It's the first DVD for sale at The Conran Shop, New York, and maximizes the use of flat screen TVs." -- David Branham, Buyer, The Conran Shop, New York, NY
"The DVD of the Colorcalm Skies is one of the coolest things I've seen this fall." -- Plum Sykes, Contributing Editor, Vogue
The idea's not bad. Pick a sky color, pick some music (or silence), and let it go. Perfect for young kids, chill rooms, etc. Read morePublished on November 21, 2006 by Ludix