4.6
36 reviews
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About this app

Creativity frequently begins with a brilliant thought, rapidly followed by the frantic scribblings of pencil on paper, often accompanied by thumpings on a calculator. This is where BlendZ began.

I wrote BlendZ to save me time working-out and re-calculating the math for large, widescreen, overlapping (blending) projectors, to make up screens larger than a single projector's image. If you need to work out the math for a wide screen projection surface using multiple projectors BlendZ is for you.

To begin all you need to know is the desired width and height of the projection surface, the native chip resolution of the projectors (or output resolution of the source device) you are planning to use, and the number of projectors you think you need. Then, BlendZ will give you all the information you need. BlendZ works in both Feet and Metres, just choose your preferred flavour of measurement, in 'Preferences', and off you go.

Originally this application was written for the Mac and PC as a tool for the Project Managers of Creative Technology (www.ctinternational.com) and now I have released a mobile version for the Android OS. (Sorry iphone users!) Unlike the desktop version, for Mac and PC, this app doesn't draw out the full grids, but you are able to e-mail the calculations sheet to yourself or someone else as a '.pdf'.

Currently BlendZ only works out the stuff for a single row or column of projectors, at some point in the near future I plan to expand it to calculate projection arrays.
Updated on
May 26, 2016

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4.6
36 reviews
A Google user
January 6, 2018
It's great but the Android version doesn't have the test pattern option.
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Wookiesoft
January 6, 2018
Yeah it's true, the problem is memory management, when I tested with some basic phones with minimal memory it would run out of memory drawing the grids so decided not to include the grid option which is why the Android version is free. There are desktop versions (again free) that will generate grids let me know if you want a link to them.
A Google user
August 27, 2016
Simple, easy to use blend calculator. It's the first app I use when I need a blend calc.
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A Google user
March 8, 2018
Very good and simple,where can i found desktop version?
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Wookiesoft
March 12, 2018
if you go to http://wookiesoft.com/BlendZ.html you can find the versions for PC's and osX

What's new

Version 1.7 puts the units of measurement on the main page - its the start of making this more like the iOS version

New for 1.5 - some users commented that the screen needs to be able to scroll up to make it easier to enter numbers in to some of the fields, so that's been added.

Also took the opportunity to make design changes to the colour of the buttons to make it more uniform.