This is nice. I served in the US Army on my NBC team and I can verify that this works. I tested this with my smoke detector and some fly ash and it it worked similarly to the radiation detectors I used in the army. BTW. My phone is a ZTE Warp 7 and I use the rear camera with some foil sandwiched between two pieces of electrical tape mounted under my protective case for my phone.
Not a novelty! Not sure on accuracy or sensitivity but it worked a treat. My wife had treatment where she took radioactive iodine for a thyroid condition and the count showed at least 20 times the amount of back ground radiation near her throat as expected. I placed a small layer of aluminium foil held over the lens by tape. Make sure no light gets in i.e test background count with and without a light shining on it.
IMPROVE use alloy foil piece below black tape to cover, and test with a flashlight. VERBESSERUNG: bitte Tabellen der Telefon-Kalibrierungen einpflegen (Analog der Umrechnungstabellen) sodass man unabhängig von der Homepage die Werte einpflegen kann. Erstaunliche App
Surprising ! I was not expecting the accuracy to be as good, but it closely compares to the readings from my GMC-320v4
This app works. Some people complain about the front camera being used for the app, but this can be changed by going into the settings and turning the frontcam 'off.' Hit 'menu' to get to the settings.
Elegant and Powerful Surprisingly accurate when compared to a dedicated geiger counter. Excellent idea and very well executed.
new menu button, several internal function update. And currently test url for uploading data (will be provided to test users)
new split modus, for better noise handling with low radiations. Help updates new design. Support for the new OS versions. Less permissions needed.
* higher cover lense level for some phones required.
Detect the presence of infrared radiation with the help of your's phone's camera
Protecting you from radiation even when you are not expecting radiation!