One of the most useful Android 4.4 features for me is screen recording. This allows us to record videos of live wallpapers and upload them to YouTube. Before this we had to record videos either with camcorder (looks quite blurry) or from emulator (low-res and a bit laggy). So right after updating my Nexus 7 (1st gen) and Nexus 10 to Android KitKat I've decided to try this feature out.
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Idea came from some video which was inspired by design of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, namely design elements with broken glass shards. In a few days we've completed final vision of scene and implemented first version of live wallpaper in one weekend. As result of this work we proudly present Shattered Glass 3D Live Wallpaper. In this article we will explain rendering techniques used in creation of this live wallpaper.
Sunday, September 15, 2013
As usual, the whole picture is fully 3D, and it has the following features:
- Android figure can either stand or lay;
- figure can be bitten representing your battery level;
- customizable background colors and gradients.
It is completely free and ad-free, go get it on Google Play.
Saturday, August 10, 2013
So after receiving OTA updates on Nexus 10 and Nexus 4 I've decided to try this goodness out. (Nexus 7 received update with almost one week delay but I didn't care about this, I'll explain later why).
Monday, July 15, 2013
You can get app on Google Play, it is completely free.
Monday, June 3, 2013
In full version you can customize a whole lot of objects in live wallpaper, like ground and grass, color of bamboo plants, butterflies or fireflies, path and railings, stone lanterns, falling leaves, sun rays, dust particles etc. Free version has less customization options.
Friday, February 8, 2013
As usual, app has two editions: free with limited customization and full with lots of settings to tune scene for your taste.
Free version has one car and one landscape type, and full live wallpaper offers three great cars and four landscapes for any season, each with own weather effects.
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Both free and full versions of Lantern Festival live wallpapers received fixes for visual glitches on certain devices. Flickering graphics is fixed for such devices as Samsung Galaxy S, Google Nexus 10 and almost all Motorola Droid phones lineup.
You can get free and full versions on Google Play.