The app scans your photographic film rolls. No format restrictions, nor any additional hardware requirements. Enjoy the classic image adjustment tools (Levels, Color Balance, Hue Saturation, Unsharp Mask, etc.) while tweaking the scan right on your phone.
We're proud to be pioneers of augmented reality solutions for festivals in Denmark. The app is developed in a cooperation with organizers of Roskilde Festival.
Find all the bars, food/coffee shops, showers, wi-fi areas, and many other placemarks through an augmented view. Every stage is represented with a detailed schedule, Twitter-powered chat, and even a set of pictures taken by artists behind the scenes!
It comes as a pair of programs: an Android app that stores EXIF values on-the-go while shooting, and a desktop utility that infuses data from the app to the developed film scans.
Open-source augmented reality app on Android developed in a cooperation with Danish Agency for Culture (Kulturstyrelsen). Kulturarv renders Denmark's protected and preservation-worthy buildings in the augmented view of a phone.
Discover interesting buildings around you without even looking into a map – just point your phone towards them and see the digital tags real-time. Explore images from Flickr or Instagram taken around such objects, or read an article from Wikipedia about the place you're in.
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Use CodeUnited's augmented reality app Roskilde 2013 in the festival this year. Politiken, read full story
CodeUnited's HELMUT app on Android turns your smartphone into the World's fastest film scanner. PetaPixel, read full story
CodeUnited (aka Kostas Rutkauskas and Maksim Sorokin) win Denmark’s first cultural heritage hackathon #Hack4DK. Carare, read full story
Introducing Helmut: a great new app for scanning your negatives using the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner. Lomography, read full story
Exif4Film app on Android helps photographers infuse metadata into film photos. PetaPixel, read full story
Former DIKU students, now entrepreneurs have launched an innovative app on Android for Roskilde 2013 festival. Version2, read full story
Public data-source on historical buildings employed in a tourist-friendly app on Android by CodeUnited. Kulturstyrelsen, read full story
Turn your phone into a high-speed scanner for digitizing your old stash of photo film. For free. And it's not just a slogan – the app actually works! Foto Maniak, read full story
HELMUT app by CodeUnited is the winner of Photo Hack Day #2 in Berlin. Platoon Kunsthalle, read full story
CodeUnited's interactive multiplayer HTML5 game "Gamepad 2.0" wins "General Public" prize at cultural heritage and digital humanities hackathon in Lithuania – Hack4LT. Europeana Professional, read full story
What happens when the folks over at Helmut give the Lomography Smartphone Scanner a spin? Some pretty impressive results of course! Have a look-see. Lomography, read full story
Instead of sending the film to a photo lab or going through a time consuming process of scanning it using a flatbet, let HELMUT app do the job in just a matter few seconds. Akam.no (photo magazine), read full story
This is how you scan your old film using an Android phone – HELMUT app. LifeHacker.ru, read full story
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