You can use my new Android app to use the cameras on your phone for a live Fourier Transformation of objects and surroundings. It’s called Fourier Camera and it can be downloaded from the following link:
This application uses OpenCV and Qt framework. If you’ve got any questions about it, you can post your comments below.
I have tried numerous methods to get an application’s own version number and believe me this is the best way to get it. First of all if we consider the fact that setting a Qt application version is done in PRO file (qmake) using the following simple command:
VERSION = 126.96.36.199
Then getting this same value should be the easiest possible method.
Just add the following line to your PRO file after defining version as seen above and you can use the same version string wherever you like in the code:
DEFINES += APP_VERSION=\\\"$$VERSION\\\"
APP_VERSION will contain the string “188.8.131.52” and can be used in the C++ code.
In this post I’m going to do a simple comparison of Hybrid and Native apps. If you are going to write an application, specially for mobile phones then at some point you will definitely face this decision.So here it is:
Continue reading “Hybrid or Native Application, Which One?”
This program allows you to search for an article in Turkish version of Wikipedia using your microphone (Speech Recognition) and listen to the results using Android’s internal Text-To-Speech engine. Simple and useful!
English version will be out soon 🙂