To celebrate being featured as the App of the Day on Gizmodo, California based Wave today announced they are sponsoring the Share your Flare contest. Offering real-time HDR video effects, with Flare shoot video in HDR in real time with live, on screen effects with no delay. The top prize will go to the best and most creative video shot with Flare. In order to open the contest to more creative individuals, Wave has lowered the price of Flare this week.
California based Wave today introduces Flare 1.0 for iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch 4G and iPad 2. Shoot video in HDR in real time with live, on screen effects with no delay. Useful for both for amateur and professional videographers alike, Flare features highly refined independent focus on devices which support focus control, exposure, and white balance controls and “instant on” capabilities. Users can easily share full quality videos to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Flickr, and more.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC today announces LED Flare 2.0, an update to their iPhone 4 flash app for iOS. LED Flare is a gesture-based flash and strobe On/Off switch with a flash On/Off timer. The most significant features are its gesture-based flash and strobe interface with stealth gesture-based camera interface. Designed originally for flash equipped iPhones, users can tap anywhere to turn the light On/Off. Version 2.0 introduces a stealth gesture-based camera interface.