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Photomath - Camera Calculator
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No. The resulting data is simply an overlay of information on the screen. By your definition, every photo app in the world is AR because it presents data on the screen from an interpretation of the image (like ISO or f-stop).
AR takes computer generated elements and synthesizes them with camera-captured environment, as though the element actually existed in the environment displayed on the screen. You can see a good example in this video of inserting a number of elements into an environment that looks quite real.
The app just OCRs some data and calculates a result. Not AR.
Not only that, OP is a serial re-poster who just uses click-bait titles. OP is the only one claiming this is AR. The owner of the app doesn't claim it's AR - because it isn't.
So I love this app and have had it for awhile. I just started up classes again and one of my buddies put me on to photomath. Between the two apps my math is on point. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath&hl=en_US
Direct link for those who just want to check out the app without going through techcrunch's retelling
tl;dr it OCR's equations from scanned text and solves them, has material design, is free without IAP, gives you step-by-step solutions, seems limited to polynomial and inverse polymial equations as far as screenshots show.
Te recomiendo está pagina si la queres agregar es sobre IA (inteligencia artificial) y una app para el celular de matemática que se llama Photomath
PhotoMath, which recognizes mathematical equations and does them, showing full working out. I got me through highschool.
It's out in the app store as well.
Not a web app but still a great thing.
and i think it even works without internet connection, idk what about newer versions
playstore link=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath, mod feature=all features unlocked and • Step-by-step explanations for every solution
• Exclusive how-to animations
• Scroll through multiple solving methods per problem
• Multi-functional scientific calculator
• Interactive graphs
Description =Learn math, check homework and study for upcoming tests and ACTs/SATs with the most used math learning app in the world! Got tricky homework or class assignments? Get unstuck ASAP with our step-by-step explanations and animations.
Photomath is free and works without wi-fi or data. Whether you’re on the bus, in a cave, or just offline, core Photomath is always available.
We’ve got you covered from basic arithmetic to advanced calculus and geometry. You CAN do math!
Photomath is a calculator app available for both iOS and Android, except it also solves or simplifies equations and draws graphs.
This is mostly useful for students for obvious reasons, but I always like to promote it when I get the chance to!
Photomath saves me on my even-numbered homework math problems. It's a calculator that can scan math problems and solve many types
The app is called Photomath, and is available on the App Store and the Google Play Store
Another great tool is Photomath.
Point your phones camera at a problem and it spits out an answer, and also features step-by-step for how it got there.
iOS App Store:
Free on both.
I use Photomath
For those of us with Android
Its real and it works pretty well it can even read my shitty handwriting most of the time
Photomath - The best calculator for Android, it not only shows you the answer, it also shows you the process it went through to get the answer. (You can also take pictures of problems, that's neat)
Studier - The best flashcard app, made by a Redditor too!
Microsoft Office Lens - Scan a document or whiteboard and get a nice and clean photocopy of it on your phone.
Google Drive - Since I write all of my studying papers digitally Google Drive is a life-saver, it syncs all of your documents, so you can study wherever you can log in with your Google Account.
(all of these are fully free, no need to buy anything, studying conviniently should be free, and it is!)
Get it to run this and put a camera on the back?
Link to app for the lazy.
Thanks man, I usually use photomath for more complex stuff, but I'll give this one a try too and see the differences
Photomath has been doing this for a few years already for both Android and Apple
Questions already been answered, but here are some helpful tips:
Try the app PhotoMath ... Take a pic of your problem, get step by step solutions. You can also get step by step solutions with WolframAlpha
Utilize Khan Academy and other YouTube channels for help/lessons.
You probably don't have a TI89, but you can easily get it on your phone. You can type in the problem and it'll simplify it for you. Try the app Graph 89 Free
You can scan an expression and it will calculate it.
try this one
Your personal math tutor app. Snap a pic and get step by step solution.
Here's the link to the app
This will help
You should have tried to write that more straight and readable. Use this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath (aint a rickroll)
Tmb tenho tdah e sei como é. Faz como eu e baixa isso aqui oh https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath
Here dear, thank me later.
Na you just failed your tech courses buddy
Try photoMath or something similar.
Or if ur iOS look up Photomath in app store I think
Here is the help!
Photomath for solving math problems. It also explains how to get to the result.
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Download photomath from the play store
Take a photo of the question and it gives you step by step instructions.
You mean Photomath?
Photomath App for anyone ever faced with this or any other equations. Point your camera and it solves the problem for you.
Now you are
This app can solve the math problems from photos, so give it a try
Oh boy I got an app for you https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath
Well i dont wanna kill u
Calculators are outdated!
This app might help you out
Here is the link
Company Site: https://photomath.net/en/
Photomath exists for Android
Photomath android link
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PhotoMath. For the lazy days.
The second one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microblink.photomath&hl=en
this thing that you take pics of math problems and it shows how to solve them.
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