You can build buildings, people, plants, furnishings and any other objects on which only your imagination will be enough in 3d!
Simply touch the sides of the cube to join him another!
With the palette, you can choose any color RGB and even make it transparent!
There are special tools of centering figures to make your work more comfortable.
You can: save, download and share your buildings, or if you do not like your creation - clean it.
This is a free version with ads. It contains all the functionality of the full version.
Full version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.touchcube
As you draw, each stroke is duplicated and transformed, creating complex patterns. Radial symmetry makes even the simplest drawings look like professional works of art.
A streamlined and intuitive user interface lets you unleash your creativity without having to deal with confusing dialogs. Live Icons change their appearance as you change the settings. You never have to guess what your next stroke will look like.
★ Powerful brush system
★ Intuitive user interface with live icons
★ In-App saving and sharing
What will you create?
Discover more about the works on display and the artists behind them, plus hear a commentary for each sculpture by the curator, Clare Lilley.
Search for sculptures by map, title, photo and the panel code shown next to each exhibit.
This app is brought to you by the Art Fund, the charity behind the National Art Pass, a card that gets you free entry to over 200 museums and galleries plus 50% off major exhibitions.
The National Art Pass raises millions of pounds for the Art Fund to help museums and galleries to buy and share great art for everyone to enjoy.
This Mediaguide offers you three different guided tours to experience one of the most important collections of Greek and Roman art in the world. The App contains detailed informations and exciting stories about most of the exhibits as text, audio, video or picture. Of course you can also use the guide at home and take a virtual tour through the museum.
We look forward to your visit.
Lasciati ispirare dalle nostre foto e dalle molteplici ambientazioni.
Rendi più belli i tuoi spazi!
This application is the perfect tool for any magician desiring to do unrehearsed Mentalism in a Close-up condition with his audience and in any type of place.
Well, this is a collection of cellular automata - fields of cells which live by certain rules. At this point LivingCells is able to simulate not only the famous Game Of Life, but also its colored variant, a family of cellular automata called Generations, which includes widely known Brian's Brain, and also Turmites family, the best-known example of which is Langton's ant.
This is not a game per se because it doesn't require any input from the player. But it is possible to affect how cells live by adjusting rules, creating new cells or dragging groups of existing ones.
This aplication is designed to run on any device with Android 2.1 or higher, including tablets.
- Four types of cellular automata
- Possibility to set a rule for each type and also to enter your own rules
- Interactive field allowing to create and erase cells or to drag existing cells. Switch between adding and erasing with a longpress. Simulation pauses by default, but this is now adjustable
- Customizable look and feel for the cells: either select one of the preinstalled themes or create your own
- Application can be used as a live wallpaper
Try Star Wars rule in Generations - my friends liked it a lot!
Due to requests from the users, live wallpaper functionality has been added. Settings for the wallpaper are set separately from the settings of the standalone application. I should note that the computation of every next grid state requires CPU resources depending on the speed and the grid size. I advise not to set small cell size or fast speed for the wallpaper to avoid power drain.
You can also set the grid type to Turmites, this is the only automaton which doesn't demand much resources regardless of the speed and cell size settings. Moreover, Turmites look better when cells are small and speed is high.
You can leave your requests at my blog (see developer's info).
In the case you want to read about Game Of Life, Brian's Brain or Turmites, here are a few Wikipedia links:
The rules it uses are taken from: Conways Game of Life
The animation runs in the background on your Android device, updating the screen every generation. You can set how big each cell is (default is 8 pixels) and how long each generation takes (default is 200ms).
If you end up with a generally static or dead array on screen, you can triple-tap the screen to reset to a random population.
Experience it for yourself with these simple instructions.
1. Download and install the Be The Hero app at the Google Play Store. (You can search for it via typing “BeTheHero” in the Search field.)
2. Focus your smartphone’s camera to any material that contains the “Be The Hero. Be STI!” logo – from the posters to the t-shirts!
3. Capture the experience with a screenshot by holding the power button and the home button on your phone at the same time.
4. Share it with us with the tag #BeTheHeroApp on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!