Friday, October 30, 2009

"What Color?" App Released

Simply point the camera at an object and it gives you the basic color name, along with RGB, HSV, CMYK, and HTML coded.

You can also snap the picture to view in static mode. Touch anywhere on a static picture to get a color name. In this mode, there are over 1600 color names. You can also zoom in and out, scroll around, and adjust brightness, saturation, and color balance.

The app costs $0.99 and is available in the Android Market now for phones running version 1.6 (Donut) or higher.

1 comment:

  1. I was searching for a program that would automatically determine resistor value by using a camera to look at it. You might consider trying to add that feature.

    If you put a rectangle on the screen that you had to frame the resistor in, that may make it easier from a programmer's perspective. Another nice feature would be to allow the user to stack a number of resistors on a table and take a picture of them all and get the values for each.

    Joe Dunfee