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I'm seeing a bunch of Neomorphism stuff lately and can't help but think that all those shadows and lights suck and are rather annoying when it's just a static style. Especially when most designs that I saw have the standard Windows 95 light angle (120 degrees).
So I wanted to see how it would look and feel like when the shadows and lights are dynamic based on the titling of your phone.
Just a small test and proof of concept of a lightswitch.
You can try it out here (with ProtoPie Player):