Wrapping Up

In this chapter, you’ve learned how to work with the cameras on Android devices. You’ve also learned how to display the images the cameras acquire, how to save them, and how to work with them when they’re stored in memory. You’re now able to manipulate images down to the pixel level, use the camera to detect colored objects in motion, and display their paths on the screen. You’ve also learned how to activate and use Android’s face recognition feature.

This completes our investigation of a diverse range of sensors found on Android devices. You know how to interact with their touch screens and how to determine their orientation and bearing as well as their motion and geographic location. You can also take pictures with the Android ...

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