There are quite a few creative utilities for the iPhone allowing you to compose all new art forms. Now, you can add Gridplay to the list, as it offers up a completely unique video recording set-up that lets you capture multiple videos together. Gridplay splits up your camera into a grid, and from there you can choose different pieces of the grid to merge together to record different bits of film. You can split the screen in up to 16 different bits, and then simply drag over squares you want to merge together to capture unique shapes.
There’s almost no limit to the creative potential that can be drawn from Gridplay, and it all comes down to your vision. You can create video collages, side by side videos, combination performances, and more. There are tons of options at your disposal, and yet it’s accessible through a simple interface in picking your options, merging cells, and recording. You can always pick full screen recording with either the front, or back camera, and your videos are limited to 15 seconds. You can buy a single $0.99 in-app purchase to record up to five minute videos, but no matter what you choose, the app keeps all of your videos in sync. There’s a timeline view with your previous recordings available as you record your new entry.
Gridplay (Free, iPhone) provides an all new video format, so give it a try, and let your creative juices flow.