(Update: With links to the demo apps in the Windows Phone store)
To coincide with the release of the exciting new Nokia Imaging SDK, we are releasing three full-featured example apps (including full source code) in order for you to explore and experiment with this new SDK.
This example illustrates the capabilities and performance of the Nokia Imaging SDK by allowing the user to apply a number of filter layers to photos. When a photo is taken or opened it is shown with a random filter applied. Users can then flip through versions of the photo with different filters applied.
This example app demonstrates the use of the different filters from the Nokia Imaging SDK. It uses the camera and displays the viewfinder for taking a picture. The taken photo is then processed with the predefined filters. 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.
Real-time Filter Demo
This example demonstrates the use of the Nokia Imaging SDK for real-time image effects. Effects selected from the application bar are applied to the stream received from the camera and shown in the viewfinder. This example doesn’t support capturing photos.
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