I used the Galaxy 5s and it works fine. My son was able to make an island out of his name. Few tips: - Good lighting(Bright) - Flat paper (no creases or humps) - Use a black sharpie Overall it does what it says. Had a few issues in the beginning. Just close the app, open back up and select the paper size and not the auto function. Just play around with it and you'll get it.
Works but hard to view the results Using a HTC M8. Drew the circles and the app created the landscape. The issue was trying to view in 3D mode was problematic. Moving the camera around didn't produce a 3D image but certain angles did pick up the image on a computer screen but required a very steady hand and only achieved glimpses of the generated image
This is a dang neat app. Super simple to use. Just need a Sharpie, and a good dark background to lay the paper on. Works like a champ. No issues. Really cool to mess around with. I just wish you could draw symbols like maybe a tree to populate an area with them. Overall an awesome app, and small to boot.
This is great for showing kids and teens how topographic maps work. While the first grader can draw a couple circles and see an island pop up, the teen can make an exact replica of Mt Rainier or the Hawaiian Islands. Now I hope someone will make an app that takes a topo photo of a face, showing all the planes and contours. That would be awesome.
Drew a basic sketch and after trial and error the image finally scanned and gave the most random and terribly incorrect map. Jeez it was bad.
I Tested Is Working And Thanks Creating This App Is 100% Works I Can Make Easy Scan Wee Have A4 Paper And I Want Share My Custom Drawing Thanks for Testing To Worked
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