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Display sunrise and sunset times for your current location, at any point in time.
An iPhone/iPod Touch application that graphically predicts the path of the sun from dawn to dusk, on any given day, in any given place. Designed as an aid to Cinematographers and Stills Photographers working in natural light, Helios is essential to anyone who needs to plan a day around the constantly changing character of sunlight. Gaffers, Grips, Location Managers, Production Designers and First Assistant Directors will already be aware of the value of this information.
Theodolite HD is a multi-function augmented reality app that combines a compass, GPS, map, photo/movie camera, rangefinder, and two-axis inclinometer. Theodolite overlays real time information about position, altitude, bearing, range, and inclination on the iPad’s live camera image, like an electronic viewfinder. Uses are endless, and Theodolite is great for outdoor sports, hiking, boating, hunting, golf, sightseeing, photography, and navigation.
This clinometer * application is a (hopefully most accurate) slope finder tool on the iPhone. It can be applied on all edges of the iPhone/iPod touch (preferrably the ones without buttons) in every direction.
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What is Photo Measures? Photo Measures is the perfect app to help you save and share measures and dimensions on your own photos.
ShotList places an essential, professional-quality filmmaking tool in the hands of anyone putting together a scripted movie or video shoot.
You might remember 28-year old Vancouver filmmaker Zach Lipovsky as the visual effects maven on Steven Spielberg’s 2007 Fox reality TV series On The Lot . Lipovsky just got finished filming a television movie for Syfy called Tasmanian Devils starring Danica McKellar (yes, Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years ) and just produced (with Chris Ferguson) the found footage action thriller Ends of the Earth which sold for big money to CBS Films.