Meet Quasar3D the OpenGLES Watchface
It feels your movements, responds and looks like that:
The watchface is recommended by Goggle by now.
Here is its link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/category/ANDROID_WEAR/collection/topselling_new_free?hl=en&gl=UG
First of all, as it is the stand-alone independent app,
the only way to install it - perform this from your Android Wear 2 watches,
Please, go to the Google Play (or find more faces), search the Quasar3D watchface, then install it.
If you're interested and want to taste it real 3D power, please let me know
I can generate you the promo-code.
You'll have it for free!
Questions? Just write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is short video:
It's impressive (hope you can like it too), uses experimental technologies
- all the elements were carefully designed, calculated, built and polished
- mostly, the watchface service engine uses non-Decartus coorninata system (non XYZ)
- especially for this work several utils/instruments were created as "lathe", "milling", "plotting" CNC machines,
(indeed they're custom 3D modelling programs)
- this application is highly optimised and energy-effective (screenshots are below)
- the watchface does not use so-called learning examples from SDKs, sometimes dangorous in their inefficiency,
instead, it implements custom algorithms
- also, the math in this app uses non-standard matrix operation to avoid distortions,
parameters in system were pre-calculated and are calculating futher in real-time mode.
Standard Android Wear trick: if you'll triple type on the screen, you can magnify a part of it:
The design must look acceptable in various conditions, even in negative mode:
This'd might be usefull, but light screens consume much more power...
BTW, typical power graph in case of the LG Watch Style:
Copyright (C) Anatoly Besplemennov