LightSpectrumPro EVO

3.4
105 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

With LightSpectrumPro EVO you can measure the color temperature of a light source without having to spend hundreds of dollars on professional devices. LightSpectrumPro EVO has an error of 2 - 8% compared to existing professional products on the market. in addition to the color temperature measurement in Kelvin, LightSpectrumPro EVO allows you to view the color spectrum of the light being examined with a band ranging from 360nm to 800nm. in addition to the spectrum it is possible to display the position of the white point on the CIE 1931 diagram and to apply a filter for wavelengths to display in overlay on the image captured by the cameras which elements reflect a specific frequency and with what intensity.

** ATTENTION!! **
This application requires high-performance hardware, do not install it on dated or less powerful devices, the result will be a very poor performance.
We recommend using multicore devices, with at least 2 or more gigabytes of RAM.
Updated on
Jan 12, 2021

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3.4
105 reviews
Memory Thief
March 1, 2021
Pretty cool app, with limitations... If the developer could add the ability to select different segments on the delta rendering mode while avoiding others this would help a ton! Also the UI is horrible when trying to go from feature to feature, overlapping the ones you wanted and the like, please fix; or if willing to discuss it respond to this and we can have a discussion; this is a great app for what it does do. Also if you could support 3rd party hardware like a thermal infared camera! <3
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A Google user
March 18, 2020
Does what it says, and gives consistent measurements. Can't say anything about accuracy though, as I don't have any other meters to compare it to. There are a few UI/UX issues- can't back out of screenshots; can't delete screenshots; menu is hardly intuitive (maybe is more understandable for pros? Idk.); would not measure on first run; photo metadata is movable, but if you leave it at the bottom of the screen, you can't see it in the screenshots; seems to limit how many screenshots you get.
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A Google user
April 16, 2020
Works great on the One Plus 7 Pro. Pretty easy to figure out, app does what it says and the measures appear to be fairly consistent. Question for devs: is it possible to add a feature that provides the numerical data behind the "light color spectrum"? Maybe something than can be exported as a .CSV file? That would be really helpful.
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What's new

Risultati della traduzione
Added the value of the PAR PPFD flux of photosynthetic radiation in umol/m2/s
Minor bugs fixed