My Bio teacher showed us this in class and I was secretly very interested in this because I like anything AR. Unfortunately this app doesn't work on LG G3. If your WiFi or cellular data is on, when you open it the screen stays black for a few seconds, then the app closes. If neither of them are on, it will go to the main menu but when your camera turns on after clicking the 4D button, it does nothing. I'm extremely sad this doesn't work and I hope you fix it...
I was so excited to try this and see how i could use it in the classroom for my kids, but I can;'t get it to work with my smartphone. None of the android devices I've used are compatible it seems. Please, please work on this. I really want to use this program for educational purposes.
Elements 4D Get it, play with it, blow your mind. Then do the world a favor and give it to your kid. Then do yourself a favor and look at the rest of their products, go online and look at Daqri Studio...when you stuff your brain back in your ears after it explodes thinking about what you could do with this tool; step back, start creating, and augment the world's reality!
Freezes my phone. Supported this On Kickstarter and was looking forward to showing this to the kids. Takes forever the load them freezes or causes the screen to go haywire. Very disappointed. Xperia S on Jellybean.
Fun and awesome app. Could you please do all of the elements? Though please test it for android phones. It does not work on Samsung Galaxy Note 4; it does not recognize any element.
I typically love this app. However there are a LOT of limitations. For example, many tablets are "incompatible" with this app (usually Android based). Android phones are really hit or miss with incompatibility too. Additionally, Android phones that are seemingly compatible may pop up with the constant message "Looks like you aren't connected to the Internet. Please check your connection and try again." even if the phone is fully connected by WiFi or by data. It seems very much like consistent capability and compatibility is designed more around iOS platform since I've never had a problem accessing this app on an iOS device. 2 stars because I love it and WANT it to be cross platform, but in its current format it's not truly usable in a BYOD classroom setting.