Google has rolled out an interesting camera app called “Sprayscape” – which is the part of Google’s Android Experiments program. The VR camera app has been designed to take pictures on the inside of a 360-degree sphere.
You just need to wave your smartphone around and tap to spray your photo. Simply aim somewhere else, tap again, and repeat in order to complete the collage. There is also an option to virtually spraypaint a wider area just by holding down on the screen. The app can effortlessly capture faces, places and objects.
Sprayscape Camera App: Take 360-Degree Images with Aplomb
“Sprayscape is a quick hack using the phone’s gyroscope to take pictures on the inside of a 360-degree sphere. Just point your phone and tap the screen to spray faces, places, or anything else onto your canvas.” Google.
How Does It Work
The secret why it gets the job done in real time unlike any other 360 camera app is that Sprayscape reads data from your gyroscope to determine positioning. However, the app doesn’t use any algorithms to stich images. Your captured shots are stitched inside a 360-degree image.
Works with Both Front and Rear Camera
Sprayscape works with both rear and front camera of your smartphone. So, if you want to experiment with your cool selfie, you have absolute freedom to do so.
How to View Your Sprayscapes
It’s easy to view your sprayscapes. To do so, all you have to do is just wave your phone around or pop your smartphone into a Cardboard headset for the exciting VR experience.
How to Share Your Scapes with Your Friends
You can easily share your creations called scapes with your friends. There are several options like email, social media, direct links. When shared as links, Scapes can be viewed on any devices.
Price and Availability
Sprayscape camera app has a wonderful concept. However, it’s yet not yet perfect. In order to offer the desired result, it needs to go through some churning.
With a little bit of refinement, it can turn out be a superb camera app. You can give it a try for fun but don’t expect it to live up to your expectation as yet.