Sharing your expertise and innovative use of the Qt or Symbian C++ Camera and Imaging APIs could win you a trip to a Nokia Event and the brilliant new Nokia 808 PureView smartphone, not to mention raise your CV to the next level, and get your skills noticed by the community.
The Nokia 808 PureView has awesome capabilities for video and still image capture. It’s also the first phone to include support for audio recording without distortion, at audio levels beyond the capability of human hearing: so even in the harshest of environment you can capture CD-like audio
With our new PureView Imaging Competition we are looking for how tos, tutorials, and code example articles that help the community write better and smarter imaging and camera software.
While we’re expecting to get many articles that explore the limits of what this phone can do, we also welcome articles that demonstrate code that can be useful on all Symbian (and most Qt) devices. The scope of what we consider imaging related is also very broad – we would certainly consider examples of photo sharing and image compression code and software for example.
To get you started we’ve created a Camera Guide and for how to use Qt to access camera functionality.
For more details and to enter, see PureView Imaging Competition 2012Q2.