You may need to do your own search for some apps such as the Google Play store for androids. I will be putting this together in video format as soon as possible.
You can find the class information here. The list of uses for your camera, is growing constantly, and now is approaching almost 100! Photography is without doubt, one of the most popular uses of our smartphones, and the hardware and apps that take advantage of these amazing devices is growing daily. I have included some samples on this website.
Here is a list of some of the apps and hardware, I have found very useful.
Apps I think everyone should have or at least try.
I created this tutorial to help folks trying to create green screen videos. This is not designed to teach you everything about doing green screen, because I found an app that makes this whole process unbelievably simple and fun! There are many, and I will check them out, but I can’t imagine anything being better than this one. I briefly cover the process using Sony Vegas and then the VeeScope Live app. If you have ever created green screen videos, you already understand how much time and effort these can take. This app literally lets you create these on the fly in creative and exotic locations. You definitely have to try this one! I will probably do another walk-thru video of just the VeeScope Live app, if people express the need.
Touch Pico, now known as TouchJet Pond, makes a “Pico” or “Portable” projector. What makes this one different than the myriad of other choices out there is that it can turn any projected images or surface into a touchscreen. Another difference is the ability to load the device with apps. Checkout their online campaign
This device is a portable, handheld gadget for those on the go. It’s slightly heavier than a Samsung S4 phone and just about the same size. Easily fits in your pocket or your briefcase. If your main use is going to be just streaming movies, and you don’t need to interact, or use the Touchscreen feature, I think you will be bettor off spending that extra cash on a device that has more “Lumens” or light projection capabilities for the brightest picture possible.