Vincent Van Gogh’s advice to his brother Theo was “ignore the obvious and exaggerate the essential”. FrangoCamera does this to your photos. Watch as ...
Vincent Van Gogh’s advice to his brother Theo was “ignore the obvious and exaggerate the essential”. FrangoCamera does this to your photos. Watch as a picture morphs into a fractal fern, dragon curve or another strange fractal abstraction. What do jelly fish and atomic bombs have in common? Something fractal? If you bring them to life with the fractal animations in FrangoCamera you will be entranced. View Vincent Van Gogh's 'The Starry Night' through FrangoCamera's animations and maybe you will have a hint of how he saw the world. Hold your iPad up to view the natural world through FrangoCamera's viewfinder and see the world transformed in real-time through a fractal lens. FrangoCamera uses cutting edge mathematics from the research frontier to bring you unique and captivating lenses that will transform your world. Babies are amazed by the world but soon we take the beauty of nature for granted. Look at your photos through FrangoCamera’s lenses and you will see the world with the eyes of an artist. Insert your friends into a Sierpinski triangle, fractal spiral or Menger picture frame. Steal all the colors from a beautiful landscape to color a twin-dragon fractal or Barnsley’s fractal fern. Also includes a fractal photo scrambler. Store your private photos in a scrambled form that only other FrangoCamera people can unscramble. FrangoCamera is based on the mathematics of Michael Barnsley, author of Fractals Everywhere and SuperFractals. FrangoCamera requires an iPad2 or better for the live camera feed functions. Visit our support site for much more information about FrangoCamera and its mathematics.
Size: 47.63 MB
Price: 2,72 €
Developed by Frango Studios Pty. Ltd.
Day of release: 2012-02-17
Recommended age: 4+