Given the sheer number of capabilities a smartphone has, there is often a point that attracts not only the attention of manufacturers, but also of the people who use the phone: the camera. Interest in this hardware element is overflowing lately due to multiplication of sensors and megapixels, but it is undeniable that unlocking a cell phone, opening a camera app and taking photos is a practice that we all repeat over and over again at the end of the day. Usually taking group photos.
How many ways to include a photo to many people while we are photographing? Manufacturers have been incorporating wide-angle lenses into the front camera, so that we can extend the arm so we can all get together; either support the cell phone by pointing to the rear camera and using the timer
Remote and Motion Picture Viewer
SayCheeze is a new test-driven app currently. This means that it may work with some interruptions, as has happened to us on some calls (the image is frozen after a few minutes). Apart from the logical problems of any beta, the app works fine have two wires connected and transmitted the camera viewer (Live View); while shooting control and camera volume control are enabled on the mobile phone.
With SayCheeze's application we have an easy way to do it see what the camera of another phone is shooting in real time. This way, thanks to remote control of the camera, it's very easy to take group photos because we only have to press a button on the screen: the trigger-acting cell will transfer the camera's operating order to the image, and in addition, transfer it to another device right now. This way we can control the mobile camera from another Android, both taking pictures with the rear cameras as before: SayCheeze lets you change the distance between them
The disadvantage of the application is that it is still under development, which is why we emphasize the practical problems it uses. We tested it and on most cell phones it worked fine: just open the app on both phones, wait until WiFi Direct is detected, accept the connection and we'll see one camera on the other screen; for a photo transfer and for the pictures we take while paired. Of course, the SayCheeze camera system is always used, not the default phone; Therefore the image quality may vary.
SayCheeze is a public beta app in the Google Play Store. Just download on Android (client and server) and voila. Ad-free and offer in-app purchases (0.89 euros); which will open improved control of grip limits (to zoom in or out, for example).