Re: [londroid] Interesting things with sensors

From: Jakub C.
Sent on: Thursday, August 18, 2011 10:50 AM
Hi Tom,

At some point I was looking for similar things.I was surprised how
small amount of apps are using sensors. But that was last year.

Last year I wrote a very simple app that draws a fractal using
accelerometers: https://market.and...­

The app is not optimised at all and may be slow on older devices (or
when lot's of stuff is running), but the effect is surprisingly
interesting :)

Please share your findings with us.

Jakub


On 18 August[masked]:37, Tom Hume <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi
> I'm looking for interesting or unusual uses of sensors in mobile apps. Does
> anyone have any recommendations of apps to look at, or folks to talk to?
> Feel free to drop me a line off-list if so.
> Thanks
> Tom
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