Works Printed out a short recording and played it back with the app. Not perfect and takes a little practice but nice. Sometimes I have to clear all other programs for the camera to work (ZMAX2). Wish I could pull up a saved photo to maybe crop and play. Great work!
Not as much functionality as the Nature Oscillator for I want to use it for yet it's really good and already go. Experimenting around residual frequencies for EVP ITC research. Stone tape theory. That kinda thing.
It is a bit buggy, occationally crashes - camera is upside down on Nexus 5x (common problem with camera apps). But it deserves 5 stars for being unique and innovative.
Neat toy, not quite a tool yet Still seems a bit buggy - couldn't access the camera first time I opened it, and it ended up crashing quite hard the second time after a couple minutes, but definitely has a lot of potential and made some interesting noises when pointed at or scanned along various characteristically shaped things in the kitchen...
The audio sounds very bad Cant you just make one that scans a barcode and makes a 1bit audio compressed audio file or something tiny enough to fit in a QR barcode stamp or something simular. Would sound alot clear than using analogue frequency algorithms with a camera constantly zooming and dimming and having to move the reader at a constant speed is difficult
The app is not currently very stable but what a neat idea...with some bug fixing to make it more reliable, I could totally see using this in the studio.
* compressor has been added to the audio engine;
* bugs fixed.