PhotoDict - Just take a photo, you can get its meaning.


What does the word mean? 

You now get the answer by this Augmented Reality Application “PhotoDict”. 

Just point your iPhone at the word on the sign board or the newspaper. 

Functions: 
The simple meaning of the word is superimposed on the realtime view on the screen of your iPhone. (Network access is required.) 
This app recognizes the original alphabetic word within the rectangle frame on the realtime view and puts the search button for the word at the bottom of the screen. By pressing the search button, you can see the meaning of the word in detail. 

The rectangle frame is movable & resizable. 
You can set the dictionary site like a Wikipedia on the internet or the dictionary apps in your iPhone. 
You can use the app in the dark by flashing light.
New Functions:
1) direct translate function (Japanese & Chinese only) 
2) change recognition frame design 
3) change application name 
4) add Chinese version 

Functions:

  • The meaning of the word is superimposed on the realtime view on the screen of your iPhone.
  • This app recognizes the original alphabetic word within the rectangle frame on the realtime view and puts the search button for the word at the bottom of the screen.
  • By pressing the search button, you can see the meaning of the word.
  • The rectangle frame is movable & resizable.
  • You can set the dictionary site on the internet or the dictionary apps in your iPhone.
  • You can use the app in the dark by flashing LED light.



See-through Screen

  • You can use internal dictionary of iPhone ,external dictionary web sites on the internet or dictionary applications which you already installed in your iPhone.
  • You can register up to 10 external dictionaries.
    • Some sites and apps are already registered in this app like a Wikipedia, English-Japanese Dictionary, English-Chinese Dictionary.

 

 

 If you select to use internal dictionary, you can use the app in Airplane mode and no network accesible places.

  • *These dictionaries are registered in the form of URL. In the URL, the search word is expressed in “<@>”.