RGB Light Sensor beta

RGB Light Sensor beta


Show lx level using Light Sensor.

If your smart phone have RGB Light Sensor, then this program works in RGB mode and show you the lx values for red, green, blue separately as well as 3 colour live graph.

if your smart phone have Ordinary Light Sensor then this program works only in NON-RGB mode and show you lx values from light sensors.

Uses for RGB sensors and my Application.
1) frequent smartphone buyers:- basically they like to see all sensors in new phone and how its working cool.
2) You can test your RGB sensors whether it works well or have any problem in sensing particular colours.
3) for other kind of electronic project persons whom test their color levels using this app in galaxy s4, etc
4) may be useful to demonstrate children's for what are colours in particular colour light. (use some transparent colour papers in a torch light).
5) even more, you can gave 3 torch lights to your children with each colour wrapper in each light. they can use three torches and play with your smart phone. i hope this would be fun for your children's while using physical objects along with phone. (in more three children's play together and mix a good new colour)
6) film makers check the light lx value always. so this app may useful to check light values for each colour.


Warning: dont show your sensor over direct sunlight or near heavy light sources.
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About RGB Light Sensor beta
Show lx level using Light Sensor.

If your smart phone have RGB Light Sensor, then this program works in RGB mode and show you the lx values for red, green, blue separately as well as 3 colour live graph.

if your smart phone have Ordinary Light Sensor then this program works only in NON-RGB mode and show you lx values from light sensors.

Uses for RGB sensors and my Application.
1) frequent smartphone buyers:- basically they like to see all sensors in new phone and how its working cool.
2) You can test your RGB sensors whether it works well or have any problem in sensing particular colours.
3) for other kind of electronic project persons whom test their color levels using this app in galaxy s4, etc
4) may be useful to demonstrate children's for what are colours in particular colour light. (use some transparent colour papers in a torch light).
5) even more, you can gave 3 torch lights to your children with each colour wrapper in each light. they can use three torches and play with your smart phone. i hope this would be fun for your children's while using physical objects along with phone. (in more three children's play together and mix a good new colour)
6) film makers check the light lx value always. so this app may useful to check light values for each colour.


Warning: dont show your sensor over direct sunlight or near heavy light sources.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 14, 2015
Very good idea but unfortunately I doesn't work for the galaxy S5. I get total lux values but RGB breakdown :( Will watch this space for updates
A Google User
Mar 23, 2015
Suggestion My phone has only a greyscale light sensor. I was wondering if average colors from the front camera could be used, in combination with the normal light reading, to get a rough estimate of RGB values in the absence of an actual RGB sensor.
A Google User
Mar 9, 2015
So far, ok Rgb values not working on Samsung galaxy note 4. Will compare lux values against a light meter soon. Giving 3 stars for now, will adjust if the Rgb values start working
A Google User
Mar 8, 2015
Not on this phone Works on my son's galaxy s4, but not on my s5. It shows the lux but not the color percentages.
A Google User
Feb 5, 2015
Not Working for Note3 Please add support for Galaxy Note3. Which is one of the best phone around.
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