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Open Source Selfie Stick

This app acts as a "virtual selfie stick

This app acts as a "virtual selfie stick

Open Source Selfie Stick

by Richard Nelson
Open Source Selfie Stick
Open Source Selfie Stick

What is it about?

This app acts as a "virtual selfie stick." It lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the camera of another iOS device (two iOS devices are required).

Open Source Selfie Stick

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Photo & Video Utilities
Last updated
February 18, 2016
Release date
February 18, 2016
More info

App Store Description

This app acts as a "virtual selfie stick." It lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the camera of another iOS device (two iOS devices are required).

Simply connect the devices to the same WiFi network or turn Bluetooth on, choose which device will be the camera and which will be the remote, and tap the shutter button on the remote control and the iPhone or iPad acting as the camera will snap a photo. You can choose to save the photos on the camera device or the remote control device, or both! You can also control the flash and set a countdown timer on the remote control. The camera allows you to lock focus, set a custom ISO, and even adjust color gains.

This software is open source, and will always be free. The source code is distributed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License v2.0. To learn more about this project, visit https://github.com/RF-Nelson/open-source-selfie-stick