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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
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
Please share your findings with us.
On 18 August[masked]:37, Tom Hume <[address removed]> wrote:
> 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.
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