Garden Valley, Idaho – After more than two years of development, 3DTOPO Inc., launched their new app titled Oilist on the App Store. Oilist has been designed to automatically generate unique and original works of art based on photos supplied by a user. iTunes has selected Oilist in “Apps we love” featured in the US, China and many other countries. 3DTOPO Inc. are the developers of ComicBook!, an app that was awarded best iPad Photography App of the Year from Apple iTunes.
The Oilist app is not a photo filter. Unlike most filters, Oilist will never generate the same results twice, and is capable of automatically creating anywhere from impressionistic to abstract artwork based on the user’s photos. Instead of applying a fixed formula to an image as photo filters typically do, Oilist 1.0 analyzes the user’s image using computer vision technology, then paints simulated paint particles that are applied with various brush strokes and techniques.
Once a user has provided an image and selected one of the 18 available base styles, Oilist will go to work, automatically painting a new image for the user. The user may just watch the painting process, or interact with it through various options that allow each style to be infinitely customized. For instance, the user may change the feel of the painting by choosing from different moods, by selecting various brush stroke styles and controlling brush options. In addition, the user may control the simulated gravity of the virtual paint by tilting their device, and can control the brush stroke angles by yawing (rotating) the device.
Oilist’s creator likens it to a video game for generating art, as Jeshua Lacock put it: “Oilist is a ground-breaking app that allows the user to interact with it, as if Oilist is a fast-paced video game. Instead of scoring points; beautiful and original works of art are the reward. I think it is as exciting to watch the new painting unfold in front of you as it is to share the work that it creates.”
It also appears that Oilist is unique from traditional photo filters in that it will paint layer upon layer indefinitely at around 40-50 frames per second, allowing the user to experiment and explore images in-depth. At anytime during the painting process, the user may capture 4k resolution images and as often as they please. Users may order archival quality canvas prints of their work directly in the app.
* iPhone 5s or later, iPad and iPod touch (6th generation)
* Requires iOS 8.2 or later
* 95.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Oilist 1.0 is $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category. Promo codes are available upon request. For more information, please contact Jeshua Lacock.
3DTOPO Inc. is dedicated to developing premium quality apps. 3DTOPO Inc. developed an app called iMut8r for Legacy Effects that earned App of the Week (today’s equivalent of Editor’s Choice). They are the developer and publisher of ComicBook! that received App of the Week (today’s equivalent of Editor’s Choice) in the US, along with several other countries and subsequently named Best iPad Photography App of the Year by iTunes in the US. ComicBook! was also featured by Starbuck’s Pick of the Week. Their latest app, Oilist, was selected as “App we love” iPhone and iPad features in the US, China, Germany, Japan and many other countries. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 3DTOPO Inc. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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