Bluristic Lite // free trial version for iOS

logo_500_LiteYou 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.

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cyclist captured in Berlin with iPhone 5

beautiful gravity

The last days I had some time to experiment with my app Loop 45.

Loop45_Logo_film

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:

Test_101         IMG_0193[1]

I also bought my own line laser. Sadly wordpress shrinks the results a little bit. Click on it to see the original file.

Test_155         Test_137

Finding Mona

I proudly present my second app Finding Mona:

FindingMona_button_Film

This time its for iOS & Android so i will post both links here:
Get it on Google Play
                   Get it on Google Play

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. Here you can see more:


Depending on what you film you will get totally different results each time.

IMG_0146      IMG_0155      IMG_0152      IMG_0151

And here are some more Before & After examples:

Venus_79         Venus_80

Mona_11         Venus_183

Venus_49         Venus_50

You can select between 16 paintings +Random Mode.

Goethe_1         VanGogh_40

If you like it. Please share it.

Thank you

Loop 45

I proudly present my first iPhone app Loop 45:

Loop45_Logo_film

After weeks of staring on code i finaly managed to publish a final version of a great videoloop app. This app has a lot of visual potential. You film with your camera into a repeating videoloop. With different blendmodes you can combine the old with new frames and create stunning effects in seconds. If words cant realy explain it. Here is an example:

glas

Here i was drawing with a laser on a glas. Thanks to the app and additive mode there are more than one lasers and a infitiy loop. If you want to see more, i uploaded some examples here: Tumblr Link

But better examples will come when i get some free time to experiment.

Enjoy the app

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