Luminancer Update Brings a New Form of Photo and Video Art to the iPad 2

Chicago, Illinois – Tron Quixote announces the release of Luminancer 1.3 update with new real-time filter processing and compatibility with the iPad 2. Using techniques borrowed from video synthesis and light painting, Luminancer simulates long exposure photography and analog video feedback allowing users to capture expressive and poetic still images. Use it to create a stand-out Facebook profile picture or post it to your Tumblr for reblogging.

Luminancer will satisfy iphoneographers and videographers who can appreciate the dynamic mix of colors and light that interact to create unique visuals not previously seen on a mobile app. The generative, real-time effects in Luminancer makes for an engaging visual experience.

With this update, Luminancer now has universal binary support with a custom iPad 2 user interface. Additional features such as the highly anticipated video capture option will be available in a future release for iOS 5.

Features include:
* Innovative video-based iOS technology not previously seen in a mobile app
* Preview mode to view the effects of different settings
* Save several versions of one image to experiment
* Direct export to social media sites such as Tumblr, Flickr and Facebook
* Email photos directly from the app
* Supports video out

Device Requirements:
* iPhone: 3GS, iPhone 4
* iPod (4th generation)
* iPad 2
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 3.0 MB

Pricing and Availability
Luminancer 1.0 is available for $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.

Luminancer 1.3
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Chicago based Tron Quixote was founded in 2008 by Patrick Lynn and Lee Helmer (Queen fLee), video game and digital interactive professionals. Luminancer software is copyright (C) 2011 Tron Quixote. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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