Nokia Releases Sample Applications For Its Imaging SDK In Windows Phone Store

Nokia Imaging Apps Demo

Nokia has released three sample applications in Windows Phone Store that makes use of the newly released Nokia Imaging SDK. These apps shows the capabilities of the new imaging SDK and will help developers create their own imaging apps with ease.

This Nokia example application has been created to provide tips and best practice guidance for software developers and app designers, and may not have all the features you would expect in a commercial product. This application is published in Store as a free software as it may also have value to regular Nokia phone users. The source code and documentation of this example can be downloaded from Nokia Developer website.

Filter Explorer:

Filter Explorer application demonstrates some of the image editing capabilities and performance of the Nokia Imaging SDK by allowing the user to apply a number of filter layers to existing or newly captured photos.

Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free.

Filter Effects:

A Nokia example demonstrating the use of the different filters of Nokia Imaging SDK with camera photos. This example app uses the camera and displays the viewfinder for taking a picture. The taken photo is then processed with the predefined filters. The filter properties can be manipulated and the changes can be seen in the preview image immediately. The processed image can be saved in JPEG format into the camera roll album. You can also select an existing photo and apply an effect to it.

Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free.

Real-time Filter:

A Nokia example application demonstrating the use of the Nokia Imaging SDK for real-time image effects. The effects are applied to the stream received from the camera and shown in the viewfinder. This app does not support capturing photos.

Download it here from Windows Phone Store for free.

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