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What color do you feel like?
With Lucy Sky capture the moment, color it with a feeling, and share it. Lucy Sky is a unique video messenger that uses "false color mapping" to express your mood. Version 2.0 mixes in real color in a way that can be very subtle. Cinematographers use "color grading" to convey an emotion to a scene.
For parents and educators:
Lucy Sky is a toy that teaches light and color. Kids can learn about basic photography by touching the screen and seeing how that point of interest changes the overall exposure. The false color mapping makes the difference between light and dark really stand out.
Astronomers use false color mappping to visualize the invisible elements of distant stars. Meteorologists use false colors to transform satellite data into a weather map. After a while, the false color maps of our weather, of geological features, or of the hidden properties of stars, all becomes 2nd nature.
Lucy Sky has been optimized for messaging. Images are 640x480 and video is restricted to 30 seconds, which is small enough to send via email or upload to Facebook, twitter, or Tumblr.
What's New in Version 2.01
1) running 5x (five times) faster
2) has 50% more pixels with more vivid shaders
3) records video as well as snapshots
4) touch to set exposure area of interest
5) works on an iPhone 3GS and above
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- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: 08 November 2011
- Version: 2.01
- Size: 5.3 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Warren Stringer
- © 2011
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.