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Fun Times With HD2Wobble
Looking for an app that can add some enjoyment to your phone? Something to show all the guys at work? Something that can make your phone just that much more special? Well developer elAlem has made an app just for you! hd2Wobble is an app that follows after the original hdWobble. If you were ever a fan of the original app then you have got to checkout all the goodies in this one! This new addition to your app arsenal will definitely be something to pull out and show your buddies!
Originally posted by elAlem
Hi, folks! It’s me again with the new version of the hdWobble app. Although it looks like the previous one, this version is done from scratch. It’s based on the OpenGL ES library for Windows mobile. I recently got my self a new HTC HD2 phone, and since it is supporting multitouch technology I decided to see if I can use it in this app. As it is shown in the video, I managed to implement pinch-zooming and rotation of the loaded image as well as resizing of the wobbling area.
Check out the thread for some more info.
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