I proudly present my new Photo App Bluristic:
The app is now ready for iOS and Android:
It`s a long time project from my photography studies and now i am realy proud to make it available for iPad and iPhone and Android devices. As the moderate title of my last post points out, i think this app is changing photography 🙂 It gives you a long time exposure with a tracking function in real time. This allows you to create fantastic blur in the back and foreground by moving you Phone slowly around your object. It also allows you to track moving objects. Just press the icon to get to the app store.
Some more Screenshots:
You can also track moving objects like this slug:
I hope you like the app and thank you for sharing.
🙂 huge post title for a small app which will come in around a week for iPhone and iPad. Working on a Android version as well.
It’s a long time project I was working on during my photography studies and now i managed it to bring it on smartphone devices.
It’s a long time exposure camera app with tracking function. It allows you to create fantastic blur in the fore/background. Here are some examples:
botanic garden in Berlin:
a tracked bird:
I proudly present my first Game CUBISTIC:
After three apps i decided to make my first Game.
The main rule of the Game: The little pixel guy has to find his way to the door. You have a limit amount of blocks which all have different characteristics. You have to drop them at the right position. Every level has only one possible solution. There are 50 levels out at them moment. The first 30 levels are free.
For the retro Game Boy Look if got inspired from Lego NXT Display. It has a 100 by 64 pixel screen with no colors. The NXT computer also realy limits you in animations because performance wise it makes more sence to turn on and off a specific pixel than drawing an whole new screen every frame. Every pixel draws a shadow and, when turned off, they are fading out which has an impact on the animation as well.
I hope you like the game and thank you for sharing.
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Tags: apps, Blocks, Cubes, Game Boy, iPad, iPhone, Lemmings, Pixel, Retro, stack, strategy, Tetris
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I proudly present my third app SandCam:
With this app you can take a picture and watch in collapse. There are also two different coloration modes. This time it is made for iPhone and iPad. Its free if you just want to try it out.
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Tags: collapse, color mix, destruction, down, Drift, Fall, fine sand, glitch, gravity, Pixel, pixelsand, quicksand, sand
The last weeks i was working on a new app and its already waiting for review in the AppStore. It will be available for iPhone and iPad. This time i made it for free and added some InApp features. So the next days you will be able to play with a new app which is doing something like this:
more information after release.
Have a nice day.
The last days I had some time to experiment with my app Loop 45.
Here are four results. It’s a quick test but I think I will keep it as an ongoing project for the next months. It just works with a white ball on a black rope and gravity. I imagine this in a big hall without disturbing wind 🙂 Enjoy:
I also bought my own line laser. Sadly wordpress shrinks the results a little bit. Click on it to see the original file.
I proudly present my second app Finding Mona:
This time its for iOS & Android so i will post both links here:
Why do you need this app? Because it’s a visual innovation 🙂 When you start filming with the camera of your phone, an old famous painting will appear.
And here are some more Before & After examples:
You can select between 16 paintings +Random Mode.
If you like it. Please share it.