Ihr Brillenpass - immer mit dabei:
Ihr neues Gedächtnis am Smartphone speichert die Korrekturwerte Ihrer Brillen und Kontaktlinsen und sorgt dafür, dass Ihre persönlichen Daten im In- und Ausland immer griffbereit sind.
Ihr richtiger Rhythmus:
Unser Linsentimer kennt Ihren persönlichen Kontaktlinsen-Tauschrhythmus und erinnert Sie automatisch daran, rechtzeitig ein frisches Paar Linsen einzusetzen. Durch die integrierte Bestellmöglichkeit kann Ihr Linsenvorrat nicht mehr unverhofft zur Neige gehen.
Ihr Service für unterwegs, wo immer Sie auch sind:
Die UNITED OPTICS®-Partner-Funktion führt Sie jederzeit rasch zur nächsten UNITED OPTICS®-Filiale in Österreich.
Mit der Leselampe bringen Sie überall schnell Licht ins Dunkel. ;-)
Ihr Blick ins Detail:
Die Leselupe dient als praktischer Partner fürs Kleingedruckte und lässt Sie nichts mehr übersehen.
Beyond MK350N, this App include BIN ranking, log compare, data checker and CRI (R1-R15). User can also customize their basic list with different measurement terms.
Traditional spectrometer needs to use PC or notebook for data analysis, UPR RD Team combines all functions into MK350 to let users process data analysis operation easily.
MK350 is a cost-effective LED Meter which provides CRI、CCT、LUX、λp、Spectrum、CIE x,y 6 major functions.
The light weight design and the measurement data which appear instantly without computer connection solutions both enhance the usage experience in the place where people live and work. It is the perfect measurement equipment that aids the LED industry and customers greatly.
The 3.5-inch colored touch screen and simple interface keep up with the times. Measuring is made easy like never before.
SD card storage is an essential function that proves itself useful after one does environmental measurements for the entire day.
The additional Excel file and BMP file data saving selection are just wonderful for data analysis.
- Measures the distance from the place where your stand to the target.
- Measures the height of an object in front of you.
- Magnifying glass to improve accuracy when aiming at long range or in poor lighting conditions.
Easy to use inclination gauge / plumb line / inclinometer so that
you can properly hang picture on the wall, balance load
on your private boat, and much more ...
(accessible from the menu button )
- Milimetered paper ( aka ruler )
First , click on the monochrome vertical arrow. An Android will appear, sweep on it with your finger to enter the
phone distance to the ground ( use your height as an approximation). Hold 2 seconds to commit the value.
Then , simply aim at the basement of the object you want
to know the distance from.
You may also measure the object height. After having measured the ground distance
as said before , click on the 'red' arrow button to make it vertical.
Now aim at the top of the object and that's it, you see the height appended to the right hand side.
For the magnifier , sweep the screen with your finger.
Along the horizontal axis to shrink/expand the magnifying glass window.
Along the vertical axis to increase/decrease the zoom factor.
Using this feature is not recommended below Android 2.0, as its requires some CPU and memory.
On the picture, the Malaga Lighthouse , which height is 38m above sea level,and the picture has been taken a few meters above the sea level.
A user unfortunately gave me 1 star rating because he said
measuring objects distance to him ( coffee cup, lighter ) does not work. Be Carefull !! :-) You need to enter the distance from the phone to the table in the setting then!
The default setting is 1.5 m and i guess when you seat, your phone is not at an altitude of 1.5m over the table ;-)
Detailed documentation on
Great for High School, AP, College or University Chemistry, Physics or Biology. Spectroscopist's best mobile tool for laser or incoherent spectroscopy!
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Arrange lenses, spacers, and refractive index step surfaces, and then plot the results.
We're really excited about this app and have grand plans for its roadmap. Download, play, work, and let us know how you'd like it to evolve in the future.
Please spread the word for this niche app and let me know what you'd like to see in the way of features.
Help me reach 100 downloads for a chance to get a refund. I will be refunding 5 customers when I hit 100 downloads!
Presently, values of calculated quantities are scaled in [nm], [1/cm], [eV] and [GHz], which seemed most convenient for laser spectroscopy.
This application has no adds nor does it collect any user data.
btb Software Studio 2012
Enter your target size, how many mils you read on your optics and click calculate. Works in both imperial and metric units.
This is for binoculars and rifle scopes.
Have any issues let me know, enjoy!
by François SIMOND aka supercurio
Note: this application is obsolete and has errors in the values used in color saturation measurements.
I'm working on a much superior, automated approach and don't intent to fix this one.
Join this Google+ community if you're interested by this project or have questions:
This app display simple colors on your Android device screen.
Those colors are then measured by a colorimeter or spectrophotometer
in order to build graphs or color profiles.
I recommend using free software Color HCFR:
but I guess alternative solutions like Calman or ChromaPure are fine.
Non-fullscreen pattern is intentional to help with measurement accuracy on displays with content-adaptive backlight/brightness control or brightness consistency issues when displaying large bright zones. Bad ratings for "missing fullscreen options" are lame and non welcome.
(This aspect can be improved)
- A computer
- A colorimeter or spectrophotometer
- Grayscale: 4-128
- Near Black: 4-10
- Near White: 4-10
- Saturations: 4-16
Application also has its own brightness level control
See COPYING for license stuff.
This app turns your device into a Magnifying Glass by using camera zoom, auto-focus and LED flash.
When you want to magnify small things and words, [Smart Magnifier] is the answer. Try it out.
It is simple and easy tool to use. Here are the main features.
- LED light
- Screen freezing & Screenshot
- Camera zoom & Digital zoom (5x)
- Rotating camera view
(Depending on your device, some of these feature could not supported.)
* Do you want more tools?
Get [Smart Light Pro] and [Smart Tools] package.
For more information, see the manual, Youtube video and the blog. Thank you.
* Choose from a wide range of devices (see list below)
* Choose to draw a glare over the screenshots, or a shadow under the device frame
* Share from any app via the share button
* Generate multiple images at once from the Gallery application with the share button
* Automatically detects Nexus devices, or a matching a device with your phone's resolution on launch and saves it as your default
Device Frames Available
* Nexus S : 480*800
* Galaxy Nexus : 720*1280
* Nexus 4 : 768*1280
* Nexus 5 : 1080*1920
* Nexus 7 : 800*1280
* Nexus 7 (2013) : 800*1280
* Nexus 10 : 1600*2560
* HTC One : 1080*1920 (by ATMOSF3AR)
* HTC One X : 720*1280
* Samsung Galaxy Note : 800*1280
* Samsung Galaxy S III : 720*1280
* Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 : 600*1024
* Motorola Xoom : 800*1280
Some additional devices not mentioned in this list may be available with beta support.
To receive beta updates, join the community at https://plus.google.com/communities/115184670818359523689 and sign up for beta testing at https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.f2prateek.dfg/join.
Report any bugs or feature requests via the community (https://plus.google.com/communities/115184670818359523689).
* Automatically detect when screenshots are taken
* Automatically detect from all devices
* Expose a plugin API so other developers can provide additional custom frames (like DashClock and Muzei)
* Better error messages
* Faster generation of device frames
The app scales the screenshots to the device size, so as long as the aspect ratios of the screenshot and device you have selected are matching, you can use the the application.
Developed by Prateek Srivastava (@f2prateek) and open sourced on Github (https://github.com/f2prateek/android-device-frame-generator).
Application icon and design by Taylor Ling (http://androiduiux.com).
Built upon the android-ui-utils asset studio framework created by Roman Nurik, copyright Google Inc.
For any bugs and issues, please post to the bug tracker (https://github.com/f2prateek/Device-Frame-Generator/issues?state=open) or on twitter (https://twitter.com/f2prateek).
For saving images to your phone, as well as opening screenshots.
For tracking bugs with Crashlytics.
Glint Finder uses the same principle as the tools used by professionals to help search for and find the lens glint given off by hidden spy camera optics.
- Set the device's flash rate in cycles per second (Hz).
- Adjust device's flash duty cycle.
- Toggle the image polarity to help highlight glints.
The lens optics of hidden cameras produce specular reflection when illuminated with a flash. These retro-reflections show up as highlights or hotspots in the image that stand out as the flash toggles on and off. These are tell-tales used by skilled operators to sweep meeting areas and indoor rooms for hidden cameras.
Note: the flash rate and duty cycle capability will depend on your particular device's capability.
This is an ad supported app! Thanks for your feedback!
* Launch the application and wait for camera to set preview mode.
* Use view finder to select the text you like to decode.
* Hold the phone steady and click on the shutter icon for OCR (Optical Character Recognition) to start.
* Once completed the text will be displayed on the screen using Tiresias font (Helpful for dyslexic)
* Long press on the text for voice playback, copy and share.
It doesn't require internet and efficiency of OCR depends on light, font etc. It works best when few blocks of text are scanned.
It uses tesseract engine for OCR and this project is based on OCR Test by Robert Theis. The source code of this application can be downloaded from github.