MoCáp turns your iPhone and iPad into your motion capture studio! Rise your iPhone or iPad, point the camera toward a person, and start making your motion capture masterpiece. It saves the motion data into the bvh file. You can then use it in your favorite 3D character creation tool, like Cinema 4D, Maya/MotionBuilder, Blender, Poser, only to name a few.
Followed by the weekly bike route along the Arroyo Seco river, the snap lens My LA Impression exposes the imprinted image of LA from my point of view. The well-known Colorado Street Bridge pops up when you put the Snapchat lens toward yourself or a friend and open the mouth. Your mouth is the tunnel for the vehicles on the bridge toward or outward the movie-inspired wonderland, Los Angeles.
Gallery AR turns the wall, the room, the house or even the city to the gallery with a bunch of famous masterpieces. The app integrates the open art databases from the Chicago Art Institute and places the art masterpieces on your space walls. As easy as holding the phone against the wall and start the art tour right away. Try walking as close as you can and don’t worry about being kicked out by the security guard. Just be careful with the walls ;)
Facroll frees your hands when you browse the webpage. It applies iPhone’s face recognition technology and AI-powered Fasture library and let you browse the webpages with facial expressions. The app is also the working showcase to demonstrate how to integrate these two emerging technologies to a good user experience.