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Android beta test of 1.2: camera support
#1
The new public beta of phyphox on Android (follow the link for information on how to install it) includes support for smart device cameras. There is a first set of experiments that utilise it: “Brightness (Luminance)”, “Color (Hue Saturation Value)”, and two camera stopwatches for brightness and colour. There is a demonstration video on our mastodon account.

All smartphone scientists being fearless and/or keen to experiment: try it, break it, and report back what you notice here or by mail.

We are working hard on the iOS part. There is already quite some work done with the fundamental lessons being learned, however, judging by the time it has taken to finally push out the Android version, we cannot give any serious schedule…

(… and yes: this deserves the huge version leap to a 1.2 series Wink)
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#2
Hi dears,

I am starting to use the new resource on camera. In another activitie, I used a json command to read data to my python code: response = r.get(url + '&'.join(what_to_get)).text., where what_to_get = ['illum']. I find that menemonic illum trying names. Could you help with the menemonic that you have used for the camera?
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#3
You could have a look into the experiment sources: the correct link should be https://github.com/phyphox/phyphox-exper...evelopment, for this beta. There are four experiments named “camera_*”. If you click/tap on these, the “<data-containers>” block gives you the names to be entered in your “get” request.
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#4
Thank you very much!
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