Here is the App Store Link to the app: AppStoreLink
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Not much to say. Just recorded some footage in Berlin the last weeks. Its directly recorded out of the app Bluristic (iOS Version). I also started working on a multiplayer drawing app. Lets see if it makes it to the store. More infos will come during the next days. Enjoy the day
You can now try out Bluristic Lite for free on the iOS App Store. You can check out the tracking function but can’t save the results. This is just a demo for people who want to try out how the app works before buying the full version. Thank you for sharing.
The last months i was working on a huge iOS update for the app Bluristic.
I also made a small Videotutorial “how to blur the background”. There will be more of these tutorials when i find some time for it.
Here are the main new features of the update:
– two tracking points
– enable/disable tracking
– double exposure when disabled tracking
– tracking points can now stick to an object during the preview
– three new capture modes
– one capture mode allows creating small gifs animations
– saving and loading RAW Capture is now possible
– auto contrast correction added
– histogram manipulation possible
– small layout updates
– Instagram export tool
Hope you like it. More detailed explanations will come in the next posts.
For android i can only add some of these features. Working on this the next weeks.
I had the impression that this weekly photo challenge fits quite well to my last app Bluristic.
I captured a friend on his bike two month ago. The sun was going down on a quite warm day and the bright blue background was perfect for tracking the movement of the bike in motion with this app.
You can see the full resolution when you click on the image.
For more information on the app Bluristic just click here on the icon :
You can find more information about the contest : Here
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I have updated PyteByte.com with some fresh Html5 and CSS3 Code. Its expandable for more apps and changes in the layout will be faster than before. It could be that you have to refresh the site if the old page is still in the memory. The upcoming days i will think about some video examples for Loop 45 and how i fix the font size problem at the Internet Explorer 🙂
I have done some homework and updated all my apps. They are now all ready for the iPad and iPhone. The biggest update was for Finding Mona. There`s now a big ape library and you can also load your own images into the app. Because of the ipad screen size I added a high resolution mode. Heres a iPhone video with some apes 🙂
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.