Hamberg, Germany (PRWEB) April 16, 2004
At http://www.PocketChapel.com you can find a new lifestyle product called PocketChapel. PocketChapel is the first Christian software altar for your computer. This digital altar offers the same interactions like a real altar, which you can find inside churches or chapels and is usable for almost all Christian religous denominations.
The PocketChapel user has the possibility to change the look of his altar. He can change the holy picture or figure, he can choose fresh flowers, objects and furniture for his altar. And he can place candles with implemented wishes.
The current PocketChapel users can be subdivided into two parts. The first part are people who live a Christian life, and the second part are people who follow a kind of religious feeling and add the software altar to their lifestyle.
Since the first test runs of this digital altar with test users, a new lifestyle trend developed. After the PocketChapel founder and developer Dario Gibellini had mentioned to his users the fact that he wears an USB memory stick which was modified to a Christian cross and stores the software altar, a creative wave started and the PocketChapel friends built their own technocratic, Christian crosses.
The idea to wear a Christian sign which is unique, technocratic and which gives the possibility to use the own stored altar wherever the user want inspired the users very much.
You can find an USB memory stick cross gallery at:
PocketChapel was founded and developed by Dario Gibellini. The Christian and multimedia-internet producer wants to reach a wide range of computer customers with his product.
Dario Gibellini: "The computer world grows and grows and will take away more time of our not digital life. So also our Christian habits become less. You know, the most of them are not digital. So, it's time that a part of the Christian habits become digital. Keep in mind: Computer time is Lifetime."
You can download a free demo version at:
Screenshots of the software:
Mobil: +49 0177 2448812
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