1.0.1 / February 13, 2018
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Description

APIAR is an app which applies a combination of analogue anddigitalcomputing to simulate Hybrid Computing. It is designed as atoolboxfor the experimenter, school student, or civilian scientistwhowant to experiment with Chromathica. Chromathica is aboutgettinganalogue data and converting it to visible light, andthenrecording it as a JPG and CSV file. If you want to find outmoreabout Chromathica or the app then go to www.g3n1u5.com/apiar.Allthe output from the sensors are recorded as a JPG and CSV file.Youcan record the observations from either a timer set to a numberofmilliseconds or with the manual capture button. The JPG filesareavailable through your gallery, however you will need to findthefiles in the ColourPicker directory. The CSV file records itasred, blue, green values.The JPG file and the CSV file can besentto other users of the same app, and they can open and see thedataor view the image, depending on which sensor youhaverecorded.Please note: that you will find variations intheobservations due to the different quality of the technology youareusing, as well as the settings you use on your phone orthesettings of the timer. You will have to do some experimentingtosee what the best settings are for your purpose.The currentsensorsin this version are;Camera: You can point the camera at acolourand the JPG records it as a colour square. Sound:This recordsanobservation for the highest volume frequency in the audiospectrumthat has been broken up into thirds.Movement:This recordsthemovement in XYZ, and represents them in the threecolour.Keyboard:This records the characters you type into coloursandrecords it.Suggested uses:Tracking horse hoof movements,sendingsecret messages, picking colours for house decorations,measuringvibrations, finding the loudest sound source, mappingchanges incloud cover for storm watching etc… These are just a fewof theways the app has already been used.

App Information APIAR

  • App Name
    APIAR
  • Package Name
    com.g3n1u5.apiar
  • Updated
    February 13, 2018
  • File Size
    2.6M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0.3 and up
  • Version
    1.0.1
  • Developer
    g3n1u5
  • Installs
    10+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Education
  • Developer
    PO Box 754 LANE COVE NSW 1595
  • Google Play Link
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APIAR 1.0.1 APK
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APIAR is an app which applies a combination of analogue anddigitalcomputing to simulate Hybrid Computing. It is designed as atoolboxfor the experimenter, school student, or civilian scientistwhowant to experiment with Chromathica. Chromathica is aboutgettinganalogue data and converting it to visible light, andthenrecording it as a JPG and CSV file. If you want to find outmoreabout Chromathica or the app then go to www.g3n1u5.com/apiar.Allthe output from the sensors are recorded as a JPG and CSV file.Youcan record the observations from either a timer set to a numberofmilliseconds or with the manual capture button. The JPG filesareavailable through your gallery, however you will need to findthefiles in the ColourPicker directory. The CSV file records itasred, blue, green values.The JPG file and the CSV file can besentto other users of the same app, and they can open and see thedataor view the image, depending on which sensor youhaverecorded.Please note: that you will find variations intheobservations due to the different quality of the technology youareusing, as well as the settings you use on your phone orthesettings of the timer. You will have to do some experimentingtosee what the best settings are for your purpose.The currentsensorsin this version are;Camera: You can point the camera at acolourand the JPG records it as a colour square. Sound:This recordsanobservation for the highest volume frequency in the audiospectrumthat has been broken up into thirds.Movement:This recordsthemovement in XYZ, and represents them in the threecolour.Keyboard:This records the characters you type into coloursandrecords it.Suggested uses:Tracking horse hoof movements,sendingsecret messages, picking colours for house decorations,measuringvibrations, finding the loudest sound source, mappingchanges incloud cover for storm watching etc… These are just a fewof theways the app has already been used.
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