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Picture Grid allows you to project virtual grids into the camera view. The main grid remains horizontal regardless of the motion of the camera. In addition, the location and orientation of the grid, as well as the scale, can be changed. The grid can be used to make measurements in real-time, or from a photograph taken with the application. Two copies of the image are saved, one with, and one without the grids.
Picture Grid has many applications in science, engineering and architecture. It can be used to measure accident and crime scenes in forensics and law enforcement. Any time you want to measure the size and location of objects in your camera's view, Picture Grid can help.
Routines to calibrate the iPhones accelerometer and the camera's field-of-view are included.
A way to keep the iPhone steady and in a fixed position is very helpful, such as an iPhone tripod adapter .
Doesn't work and can't get support
I had some pretty good plans to use this application.
The problem is it doesn't project a grid onto the photograph. Multiple settings, dark grid lines, etc. I can see the grid on the display. I take the picture and the application says its putting the grid on the picture. When I check the picture, I get both pictures. But neither has a grid.
I deleted and reinstalled the app, but had the same problem.
I don't really mind glitches too much, as long as I can get them fixed. The issue here is that if you go to app support, you get a web page that doesn't exist. If you go directly to the web page on a browser, the web page doesn't exist. I found two different web addresses on line. I tried both, and neither web page exists.
So I ended up with a good thought for an application; but wasted $4.99.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Released: May 13, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 5.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Erich Phillips
- © 2011 ephillips software
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.