I had a belief that chaos was complete disorder, until some recent insights. I believe instead that chaos is complete order, it contains every order, but is looked or measured upon from very far away. This means it is incredibly complex and hard to see order. I like this view point, because of the uncertainty principle. It’s relation to entropy means things are moving from order going closer to chaos (disorder). However, if this concept is correct we are just creating a larger number of the ways in which things are minutely ordered.
How do you measure wind with wind?
You have found Chameleon Color, the photo color changing application for iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch devices with a camera. Chameleon Color allows you to change base colors (White, Gray, Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan) into any other color using hue, saturation and luminance. It has advanced controls with sliders to fine tune a preset, or an easy to use preset with lots of built in setting including (black and white, tint, inverse, light color, gradient, color modification and more). It can even synthesize black lighting effects. After the effect is applied it can be further modified. It can blend the effect with an unmodified image, crop, rotate and edit again to apply a second pass of color modification. Chameleon Color is a first of its kind for Black and White photos, it allows to leave red (or any other base color) unmodified, while making the rest of the picture black and white, without having to draw any area on the screen. There are many different effects and the effects combine together to make a specialized effect. 160 presets that are capture or set are saved in the recent effects, so they can be reused quickly and easily. The presets are previewed when pressing the color map in the top right. It applies the effect to the current picture or camera frame in use. It has built in share features to social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Sina Weibo and Instagram), as well as sending messages and email.
We hope you enjoy Chameleon Color and snap some great colorful pictures.
Bump-D-Light is a camera app that uses per-pixel lighting with a bump map. You may freeze the picture and start changing the different options then take the picture when you are ready, or just take the picture. You may customize the color and position of the light. From different hues and gradients of whites the picture can have a tint. The bump map can create an embossed like effect, but it will keep some of the color in the image creating a color emboss. The intensity of the light may also be changed, to get just the right amount of shine.
This app works good with stills, scenery and art to make a more unique picture. When using the front facing camera, it also works well in dark scenes by brightening up by adding light to picture.The size of the picture depends on the device and is retina sized graphics when saved to an image. This means it will be just the right size for your device background and could also be cropped to size for a photo.
Etch-A-Touch is a visual application that is colorful, random, and interactive. The user can draw to the screen by touch. Create a zoom in or out effect by the pinch gesture. Single tap to change colors. Double tap to change background.
Shake to clear the drawing canvas.
MysKaLightin’ is an app that looks light lighting interacts with touch and it has a Kaleidoscope effect in the background. It is interactive with up to 5 touches to add more lighting bolts. Double tap to change the color of the lighting.
Magnetic Flow is a visual app that uses physics and graphics techniques. The physics in this app uses Coulombs Law. Similar to poles for magnets it either attracts or repulses points based on touch. It uses alpha blending and has tracers that are offset from the original position using a distortion map.
Touch up to four fingers to change the paths of the magnetic poles. Single tap to change the type of point sprite. Double tap for new colors and a new distortion map.