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    Retroboy provides vintage imaging technology not seen since the digital cameras and monochrome screens of the previous century. A series of real time filters implement various image processing algorithms, to emulate the graphic experience of classic hardware. This app is open source and pull requests are most welcome!

    * 4-tone Bayer dithering as found on the Nintendo® Game Boy® Camera
    * Amstrad CPC filter with 27 color palette
    * PXL-2000 PixelVision filter emulating one of the first digital video cameras
    * Commodore 64 filter with VIC-II 16-color palette
    * Atkinson dithering filter used by the original Apple® Macintosh® OS
    * Halftone dot filter as popularized by Roy Lichtenstein and the pop art movement
    * Record animated GIF movies
    * Scene mode setting to support for example low light exposure
    * Zoom using the volume rocker
    * Adjust the dynamic contrast to further enhance your photos
    * Process images from your gallery by tapping the share button and selecting Retroboy
    * Share your pictures through Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, MMS, E-mail or any other methods your device supports

    Tags: 1bit camera , retroboy

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    Users comments

    Patryk Lietzau

    by Patryk Lietzau

    Mar 28, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    The redditors are incoming.

    Jay smith

    by Jay smith

    Oct 30, 2016  |  "Good"

    It's ok but nothing too exciting and about it. Nothing that catches my eye in what it does ?????

    Richie Griswold

    by Richie Griswold

    Sep 03, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Love it!

    Kent Haley

    by Kent Haley

    Aug 14, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Brings back my memories of growing up with the original game boy.

    Wayne Vaughan

    by Wayne Vaughan

    Jul 05, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Love these filters. Really reminds me of graphics from back in the day.

    Ivan Rajkovic

    by Ivan Rajkovic

    Jul 05, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Now I want more filters, your ideas are awesome :)