mASCIIcam

mASCIIcam


A minimal and puristic ASCII camera viewer for Android. mASCIIcam converts the camera video preview into ASCII characters in real-time. It also let's you create plain-text snapshots as HTML and/or textfiles.

Try before buy: There is a free demo version without snapshot feature.

Recent changes:
* update for Android 4+
* now using OpenCV Manager Android service
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$1.37
85
4.3
User ratings
4
Installs
10+
Concerns
0
File size
129 kb
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About mASCIIcam
A minimal and puristic ASCII camera viewer for Android. mASCIIcam converts the camera video preview into ASCII characters in real-time. It also let's you create plain-text snapshots as HTML and/or textfiles.

Try before buy: There is a free demo version without snapshot feature.

Recent changes:
* update for Android 4+
* now using OpenCV Manager Android service

User reviews of mASCIIcam
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 22, 2012
Nice. Does work but ability to change resolution is an essential addition IMO.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2012
Nice. Does work but ability to change resolution is an essential addition IMO.
Jon
Aug 22, 2012
Nice. Does work but ability to change resolution is an essential addition IMO.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2012
ICS Incompatibility :( Great little ASCII cam Michael, however I am unable to actually test it out because it doesn't appear to work on ICS. I am running the AOKP ROM on a Galaxy Nexus (GSM). The camera shows absolutely nothing (back or front), and LED flashlight doesn't work either. I know it's probably not an app that you work on/update frequently, but it would be cool to have working on ICS (which is still of course very new). Cheers m8, and thanks for this!
scarFortyFive
Mar 1, 2012
ICS Incompatibility :( Great little ASCII cam Michael, however I am unable to actually test it out because it doesn't appear to work on ICS. I am running the AOKP ROM on a Galaxy Nexus (GSM). The camera shows absolutely nothing (back or front), and LED flashlight doesn't work either. I know it's probably not an app that you work on/update frequently, but it would be cool to have working on ICS (which is still of course very new). Cheers m8, and thanks for this!