Ca-mera, a photo App… a very cool App. I have added the App Store description just below. Do you remember VirtualRoom Pro by MN Signal Processing? Yes, I am sure… this App has been developed by the same developer.
It's a filter photo Fx App. You like it or not. I like it.
It's not sure that you will be able to shoot the landscape that you love, because it's not so easy to find the best light. Depending of it you will be able to understand, recognise the subject or not.
A kind of diaphragm will be great to have. A zoom too.
This App is Free, and if you are a little bit lucky, you will be able to make an awesome picture. If not, at least, you will be able to make a piece of art.
A Super App!
App Store description:
Probably the nerdiest camera app ever made, ca-mera uses a cellular automaton to interpret the brightness values of your camera stream. The resulting images are black/white and pixelated, and contain unique patterns created by the cellular automaton (Wolfram rule 126).
This app provides a "selfie" mode, and lets you change the appearance of the pictures by controlling the automaton application direction, the resolution, the input brightness, and the input fidelity (i.e. to which extent the cellular automaton is allowed to run freely).
Review by Ed
Rule 126 is one of the elementary cellular automaton rules introduced by Stephen Wolfram in 1983 (Wolfram 1983, 2002). It specifies the next color in a cell, depending on its color and its immediate neighbors. Its rule outcomes are encoded in the binary representation . This rule is illustrated above together with the evolution of a single black cell it produces after 15 steps.
Rule 126 is amphichiral, and its complement is rule 129.
Starting with a single black cell, successive generations , 1, ... are given by interpreting the numbers 1, 7, 27, 127, 387, 1935, 6579, 32767, ... in binary, namely 1, 111, 11011, 1111111, 110000011, ....