Camma

Add notes to real objects with powerful computer vision

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Attach notes to real objects thanks to powerful computer vision. Take a photo of an object, type a quick note, and when Camma sees your object, your note appears above the viewfinder. Try leaving a recipe on your favorite ingredient, or attaching instructions to a pesky appliance, and share those notes with others via iMessage, AirDrop, or email.

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Steve U
Steve UMaker@uffel · iOS Developer & Entrepreneur
Hi PH, Steve from Camma here. Camma lets you add notes to real objects with the snap of a photo. With object classification and a bit of secret sauce, the goal is to distinguish individual items with high accuracy so you can annotate them with your thoughts. As you look through the viewfinder, the app constantly scans for things you've annotated. A few notes: – Camma works best in close proximity to 3D objects. – Camma was not designed to identify faces or landscapes, so there, your mileage may vary. – Your device will get warm in periods of extended use, since Camma is CPU-intensive. 🙏 We'd love to get some feedback and I'm happy to answer questions!
Chris Sheffield
Chris Sheffield@iamshief · | OFFICIAL PRODUCT HUNT CONTRIBUTOR |
When will you have an Android app available?
Steve U
Steve UMaker@uffel · iOS Developer & Entrepreneur
@iamshief I'd love to partner with an Android developer to release it on both platforms. If you or someone you know is interested, please have them reach out via cammatheapp@gmail.com or @cammaapp on Twitter. Thanks!
Chris Sheffield
Chris Sheffield@iamshief · | OFFICIAL PRODUCT HUNT CONTRIBUTOR |
When will you have an Android app available?
Josh Hsu
Josh Hsu@nowonderg · Web Developer, Co-founder of Jobalaya
Awesome project. Just curious to know, could your recognizing technology be able to recognize object/scene in different angle? Like user may have different viewing angle when they see Golden Gate Bridge, could we see notes at different angle ?
Steve U
Steve UMaker@uffel · iOS Developer & Entrepreneur
@nowonderg Interesting thought! It’s not specifically designed for that but it might, depending on the type of object.