iPhone iPinPoint - Angle and length measurement tool

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Vasilis, Sep 30, 2016.

  1. Vasilis macrumors regular

    Vasilis

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    iPinPoint is a mobile application that enables the user to perform quick calculations with the aid of the camera. The user would take a picture (or use one from the album), and calculate distances or angles by simply tapping on the screen to pinpoint the angle or object of interest.

    iPinPoint can be used to perform the following calculations:
    • Compute an angle (Three points are required)
    • Compute the length of line(s) (Two points for the yardstick and two points for each line)
    • Compute angles, lengths and area of a triangle (Two points for the yardstick and one point for each vertex)
    • Compute area, perimeter, and radius of a circle (Two points for the yardstick and three points on the perimeter of the circle)
    • Compute Cobb angle (Two points for each lines)

    The accuracy of the calculations depends on the quality of the picture. In the case where the camera is used to measure an angle, the relative location of the points on the picture will greatly affect the magnitude of the angle.

    Version 2.0 is available for download, and in addition to the aforementioned features, in version 2.0 you can share your calculations by either posting them on Facebook or uploading on a cloud with the Rainbow app.

    Download link:
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ipinpoint-angle-length-distance/id404645257?mt=8


    Please do not hesitate to contact me for any question / suggestion that you may have
    Thank you
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  2. Vasilis thread starter macrumors regular

    Vasilis

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    Dear all,

    I am pleased to inform you that version 2.1 is ready for download, with the following changes:

    - Fixed the issue with stretching the image
    - Export a project as IPP file
    - Export a project via email

    Now, the iPinPoint can open IPP files, which means that a user can then modify that project and save it

    Thank you
     

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