Ok. Re Accuracy. You wouldn't say that your uncle's glasses are inaccurate because you can't see through them. If your uncle received the same strength glasses and looked through them with the glasses he already had, the world would look different. If you are colourblind, you can't comment on the accuracy of this, as this is not designed for you.
Good for showing others what I see It's not perfect, as every partially color blind person's vision is probably unique (which the developer speaks to in the app) , but it's been a great start for showing my family and friends what I see.
Helps to understand what others see I know some color blind folks but never understood how the world looked to them until I got this app
Four stars because it crashed the first time I opened it. Otherwise very cool so far. This is the first time in 35 years I have seen what numbers are in the circles. The simulator seems cool but no real way for me to verify it works. Lol. We will see in the morning.
Cool learning tool. My daughter has been curious about color blindness for a while and we sat down and played with this app together. Soon the whole family was interested. Fun and educational. Thanks!
The simulation of colorblindness is totally wrong The simulation is really bad. Especially the deuteranopia and protanopia. However, the extract tools are very useful for colorblind. The camera only focus when started, then it stays in the same focus.
- Fixed crash when taking photos.
- Support for more devices. (Fixes to mirroring).
- Various crash fixes.
- Support for more devices. (Bug fixes/crash fixes).
- Ability to switch cameras.
- Changed colors/icon.
- Fixes for video on some ICS devices.